Patrick Köllner

Australia and New Zealand’s South Pacific Diplomacy: Seeking to Balance China’s Regional Engagement

Global Political Transitions | 2021


  • Published in

    From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific

    Editor(s)

    Robert G. Patman

    Patrick Köllner

    Balazs Kiglics

    Series

    Global Political Transitions

    Series ISSN

    2522-8749

    Publisher

    Palgrave Macmillan

    Pages

    163-185

    ISBN

    978-981-16-7006-0

    978-981-16-7007-7

    Location

    Cham

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Director of the GIGA Institute for Asian Studies / Vice President

    T. +49 (0)40 - 42 88 74-17patrick.koellner@giga-hamburg.de

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    The Pacific Islands Forum is facing its biggest crisis since its founding 50 years ago. Nearly one-third of its members are to leave the organization in 2022 because their candidate for secretary general was not elected in early 2021. Reforms may help to avert the "Micronexit", but challenges still abound for the Pacific’s premier regional body.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Director of the GIGA Institute for Asian Studies / Vice President

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