The Future of Papua New Guinea: Old Challenges for New Leaders
Author: Jenny Hayward-Jones
Lowy Institute for International Policy
This analysis identifies the impediments to Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) future development.
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Tangled Connections between Migration and Security in the Wake of the Arab Uprisings: A European Perspective
Author: Tamirace Fakhoury
Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
This paper explores the recent policies and practices that have reinforced the EU's tangled approach to security and migration.
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Japan As A Peace Enabler: Views From The Next Generation
Author: Toshiya Hoshino, Kazuo Tase, Kazuto Tsuruga, Yuji Uesugi, Michio Suda
This collection of policy briefs focuses on Japan’s evolving contributions to international peace, particularly by working through the United Nations.
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Zika: A Crisis That Bites
Author: Pierre Minard, Anouk Moser
European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)
This Alert considers whether the health crisis management structures that currently exist around the world are both ready and able to cope with the Zika outbreak.
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Net Worth: Australia’s Regional Fisheries Engagement
Author: Marcus Haward, Anthony Bergin
Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
This report focuses on the key drivers and issues that are affecting the management of fisheries in the Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans, to include Australia's priorities.
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The Future of the WTO after the Nairobi Ministerial Conference
Author: Evita Schmieg, Bettina Rudloff
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
This commentary takes a critical look the outcome of the WTO Ministerial Conference meeting in Nairobi, which occurred in mid-December 2015.
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