Abundance of Research Resources Available from the Pacific Institute

More than 300 digitised monographs and working papers available.

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CAP–USP Strategic Partnership Development Grants: Outcomes

Four CAP academics receive funding for Pacific projects.

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CAP–USP

Solomon Islands: Which Way? Seminar 1

Gordon Darcy Lilo will be in conversation with Greg Fry on the topic of Solomon Islands foreign relations and Pacific regional diplomacy.

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Gordon Darcy Lilo

Solomon Islands: Which Way? Seminar 2

Gordon Darcy Lilo will be in conversation with James Batley from SSGM on the topic of political culture, elections and statebuilding in Solomon Islands.

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Gordon Darcy Lilo

Ferguson's 400: From Origins to Acquisition

The remarkable Sir John Ferguson (1881–1969) was a leading Sydney barrister and judge and collector of all types of Australian and South Pacific materials.

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Burney MS

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