Category: Asia Oceania

Upacara Kemerdekaan Samoa dihadiri negara-negara Pasifik

Apia, Jubi – Kamis lalu (31/8/2018) Samoa merayakan hari kemerdekaannya yang ke-56. Berbicara dalam upacara perayaan Kemerdekaan di Apia, Perdana Menteri Samoa, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, mengatakan bahwa negara kepulauan itu telah melewati perjalanan yang jauh sebagai bangsa yang berdaulat. “Pemerintah…
Indonesia plans to ramp up lobbying for UN Security Council seat

By Dian Septiari in Jakarta, Source: https://asiapacificreport.nz/ Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi is set to lobby more countries to vote for her country in its campaign for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council ahead of the vote that…
Pasien Māori dan Pasifik keluhkan rasisme di sistem kesehatan

Auckland, Jubi – Sebuah penelitian tentang penyakit rematik di Selandia Baru, mengungkap masalah rasisme dan penanganan yang tidak sesuai standar terhadap pasien orang Māori dan orang dari kawasan Pasifik lainnya. Laporan tentang pengalaman orang Māori dan suku Pasifik lain dalam hal…
No Chinese military base in Vanuatu: PM Salwai reiterated to Australia

Vanuatu’s prime minister has met his Australian counterpart and reiterated that his government will not allow China to build a military base on its shores. Vanuatu’s prime minister Charlot Salwai.Vanuatu’s prime minister Charlot Salwai. Photo: RNZ/Koroi Hawkins Following reports that…

What to make of the extraordinary story in Australia’s Fairfax newspapers on Tuesday about reported discussions between China and Vanuatu that could allow the People’s Liberation Army to establish a presence in the South Pacific nation? If true, there would be significant…
A Princely Title to Prince of Wales

Vanuatu Daily Post – Meet Mal Menaringmanu, known to many as HRH Charles Prince of Wales. During his brief visit to Vanuatu Saturday, Prince Charles was greeted by one of the most lavish displays of kastom seen on these shores, arguably…

By The Strategist – February 7, 2018 I’VE always enjoyed reading Graeme Dobell’s think pieces. He’s a champion of the Pacific islands in Canberra and notable for his blunt appraisals of Australia’s standing in the region. But I’m not persuaded by the realism…

By The Australian – January 29, 2018 IN one of the most significant strategic assessments to emerge from the Pentagon for decades, US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has identified Russia and China as greater threats to US national security than Islamic terrorism. Australia,…