Numery archiwalne

Author: Graham Hassall    |   Pages: 29–39


 

Abstract

The paper provides an overview of the ways in which recent tensions between ethnic groups in Oceania have been accommodated. It focuses on three cases from the Southwest Pacific: Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands, in order to make a comparative note about the circumstances of these contexts in which constitutional exercises have followed violent conflict.

 

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