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- Introduction: Papua New Guinea at twenty-five (PDF, 38KB)
- Port Moresby and the bush: Papua New Guinea’s first post-independence decade (PDF, 45KB)
- Political style in modern Melanesia (PDF, 32KB)
- Micronationalism in Papua New Guinea (PDF, 137KB)
- The Political Education Programme (PDF, 47KB)
- Class, ethnicity, regionalism and political parties (PDF, 47KB)
- Decentralisation: constitutional form and political reality (PDF, 61KB)
- Decentralisation: two steps forward, one step back (PDF, 69KB)
- (Re?)Discovering Chiefs: Traditional authority and the restructuring of local-level government in Papua New Guinea (PDF, 83KB)
- The PNGDF in troubled times (PDF, 23KB)
- The military factor in the events of March 1997 (PDF, 22KB)
- Challenging the State (PDF, 45KB)
- The Bougainville Crisis (PDF, 32KB)
- ‘Mutual respect, friendship and cooperation’? The Papua New Guinea-Indonesia border and its effect on relations between Papua New Guinea and Indonesia (PDF, 108KB)
- From promise to crisis: a political economy of Papua New Guinea (PDF, 54KB)
- State, society and governance: A Philippines–Papua New Guinea comparison (PDF, 58KB)
- Nugget, Pike, et al.: The role of the Reserve Bank of Australia in Papua New Guinea’s decolonisation (PDF, 79KB)
- Nationalism and Papua New Guinea writing (PDF, 33KB)