Security, stability and resilience

Pacific states and their institutions are being actively shaped by political economy factors, including the way natural resources are exploited, land is acquired and used, and the environment is affected. This has direct implications for the security, stability, and resilience of governments and populations in the Pacific and in Melanesia in particular. Understanding these factors and the broader processes of state formation in Melanesia is critical.

Subtopics within this program of research include:

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