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Publication Date: 2017
This book examines the relevance of anti-corruption discourse in Papua New Guinea. Despite increased international, national and local efforts to address corruption over the past two decades, many fear that levels of corruption continue to rise largely unabated.
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Publication Date: 2007
The book examines the phenomenon of crafting transnational policing. Encompassing the different forms of engagement in policing reform by international donors, national governments, foreign police and law enforcement agencies in the domestic policing agencies and programs of recipient countries.
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Publication Date: 2014
The first comprehensive account to place the Pacific Islands, the Pacific Rim and the Pacific Ocean into the perspective of world history. An nternational team of historians provides a multidimensional account of the Pacific, its inhabitants and the lands within and around it over 50,000 years, with special attention to the peoples of Oceania. Includes chronological coverage along with analyses of themes such as the environment, migration and the economy; religion, law and science; race, gender and politics.
This book argues that Pacific countries - including Australia - need to embrace regional integration to realise this vision. The book sets out a comprehensive plan for realising a Pacific regional community dedicated to promoting sustainable development, security, human rights, the rule of law and democracy.