The Pacific: pinching pennies doesn’t make for policy longevity

Relief supplies provided by Australian and UNICEF Pacific reaching communities in Tailevu

By Shane McLeod and Jonathan Pryke

When it comes to “stepping-up” in the Pacific, Australians get the what, they get the who, and they get the why. But they still have a long way to go before they’re convinced that spending more on foreign aid is in the national interest. 

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