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More than 150 years on, many descendants of the victims of blackbirders still don't know about the dark history which brought around 60,000 Pacific Islanders to Australia.
Lack of consultation over changes to governance systems is being blamed for instability in Melanesia. Audio
Lack of consultation over changes to governance systems is being blamed for instability in Melanesia.
Etienne Clément is UNESCO's man in Apia. In the 1990s he was instrumental in having Angkor Wat in Cambodia declared a World Heritage site. Now he's calling on Pacific nations to put a halt to the… Audio
Radio New Zealand International's Johnny Blades on the recent decision by the MSG to allow Indonesia full membership while denying it to the indigenous Melanesian people of West Papua. Audio
A Solomon Islands academic says the unity of the Melanesian Spearhead Group hinges on how its leaders vote on West Papuan membership in its upcoming meeting.
A geopolitical storm is coming to a head in the Melanesian Spearhead Group as the Pacific islands sub-regional organisation considers a membership bid by West Papuans of Indonesia. Audio
Insight looks at the massive challenges facing Melanesia - the Pacific's "arc of instability." Audio