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Bougainville has always had brave, dedicated and committed women, struggling for independence and a better life. And now... As Mothers of the Land— written by 11 of the women who have survived and led by their courage and example— has become a...
Without a Gun tells of the peace-keeping operations in the Papua New Guinean province of Bougainville, scene of a bitter civil war between 1988-1997. Some estimates out the death toll at between 15,000 and 20,00 and while the book, published by the...
This book gives an extremly detailed account of those unprecented events. Accroding to this book, the worst things about the dentention of Sandline commander, Lieutenant Colonel Tim Spicer, by the PNG military, was that he missed the Hong Kong Rugby...
One of the highlights of award-winning Joseph Ealedona's jounalism career was while he was a student covering a protest at the French Embassy in 1987 in support of Kanak independence. 
Mass media in the Asia-Pacific region need to reexamine their old habits, beliefs and practices and ask: are we meeting the demands of the changing times? Or are we still capable of accommodating these changes? If not, what do we need to do?
An editorial on the Bougainville peace talks at Arawa in October 1994.
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