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Assessing the Aftermath of Tonga’s Volcanic Eruption and Tsunami
February 19, 2022

Assessing the Aftermath of Tonga’s Volcanic Eruption and Tsunami

By Joshua Mcdonald
“It is clear that Tongans will be dealing with the aftermath of this event for a long time,” said the World Bank’s country director for Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

With Blinken’s Visit to Fiji, the US Returns to the Pacific
February 16, 2022

With Blinken’s Visit to Fiji, the US Returns to the Pacific

By Grant Wyeth
China drew Washington’s attention back to the Pacific, but regional states hope the U.S. engages beyond geopolitical competition.
Will Micronesia Stay in the Pacific Islands Forum After All?
February 14, 2022

Will Micronesia Stay in the Pacific Islands Forum After All?

By Gil Rickey
After a year of deadlock, Micronesian leaders signaled they will hold off on making their departure official.

How China’s Economic Coercion Is Bringing Lithuania and Australia Together
February 09, 2022

How China’s Economic Coercion Is Bringing Lithuania and Australia Together

By Grant Wyeth
The bonds between Australia and Lithuania are strengthening as a result of China’s attempts to isolate the European country.

Scott Morrison Called ‘Hypocrite and Liar’ in Leaked Texts By Political Allies
February 08, 2022

Scott Morrison Called ‘Hypocrite and Liar’ in Leaked Texts By Political Allies

By Joshua Mcdonald
The prime minister was called a “complete psycho” and other unflattering things by allies and adversaries alike as intra-party divisions continue to roil Australian politics. 

When Will Australia Confront Corruption?
January 31, 2022

When Will Australia Confront Corruption?

By Joshua Mcdonald
Canberra can do more to protect Australia’s democracy and weed out corruption.

Goodwill and Cricket: Australia’s Upcoming Tour of Pakistan
January 31, 2022

Goodwill and Cricket: Australia’s Upcoming Tour of Pakistan

By Grant Wyeth
Cricket-playing countries have been reluctant to play in Pakistan since a 2009 attack on a visiting team's bus. But the game must go on.
New Zealand’s Subtly Shifting Foreign Policy
January 28, 2022

New Zealand’s Subtly Shifting Foreign Policy

By Lifang Peng
In the last two years, the COVID-19 pandemic and the China-U.S. trade war have forced the New Zealand government to diversify its trade and diplomatic relations.

Lockdowns in Pacific States Facing First Serious COVID Waves
January 26, 2022

Lockdowns in Pacific States Facing First Serious COVID Waves

By Joshua Mcdonald
The Pacific nations of Kiribati, Samoa, and the Solomon Islands are facing their first significant outbreaks of COVID-19.

23 Australians on Ship Delivering Aid to Tonga Have COVID-19
January 25, 2022

23 Australians on Ship Delivering Aid to Tonga Have COVID-19

By Associated Press
The pandemic is complicating international aid to tsunami-hit Tonga, one of the world’s few COVID-free countries.

First Aid Flights Arrive in Tonga After Big Volcano Eruption
January 20, 2022

First Aid Flights Arrive in Tonga After Big Volcano Eruption

By Nick Perry
More than 80 percent of Tonga's population have been impacted by the volcano's eruption.
The Problem With Australia’s Conservatism
January 20, 2022

The Problem With Australia’s Conservatism

By Grant Wyeth
Australia may find itself sleep walking into an international environment that it doesn't have the disposition to effectively negotiate. 

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