Palau Media Council World Press Freedom Day 2022 Statement

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On 03 May, the Palau Media Council celebrates journalists' critical role worldwide. The World Press Freedom Day is an opportunity for smaller newsrooms like what...

Iroga to lead Pacific article 19 watchdog- PFF Statement for World Press Freedom Day...

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On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, the Pacific Freedom Forum (PFF) is pleased to announce its new Chair, Robert Iroga of the...

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Pacific Elders Voice: Statement on Climate Security

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By William Kadi and DIrk Heinz We have watched these past few weeks as the evolving situation surrounding the Solomon Islands/China security pact has unfolded....

Australia has little credibility left in the Pacific

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Opinion by Peter Dunn The Solomon Islands' security pact with China is yet another worrying marker of Australia rapidly losing influence in the Pacific. Unless...

Pacific must hear our voices, but we must listen to theirs

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Opinion by Jemima Garrett For many who watched as China expanded its influence in the Pacific, the Labor announcement of an $8 million (US$5.7 million)...

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