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