Radio NZ – Vanuatu, Fiji and Samoa are among eight prescribed countries whose passport holders will be allowed to hold dual citizenship in Papua New Guinea. PNG’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration Rimbink Pato launched the PNG Citizenship and…

BY GORETHY KENNETH, Post Courier EIGHT countries have been allowed dual citizenship in Papua New Guinea, a historical moment announced by Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Rimbink Pato yesterday. People of these prescribed countries Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu, Samoa,…

By Godwin Ligo, Mar 30, 2017, Vanuatu Daily Post In March 2017, China and Vanuatu celebrated the 35th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between the two countries and their people. In Port Vila, both the Chinese Ambassador to Vanuatu, Lui Quan,…

Olivia Tasevski – 30 Mar, 2017, New Mandala History shows that the province has been a perennial problem for the Australia-Indonesia relationship, writes Olivia Tasevski. In January 2017, Australia and Indonesia suffered yet another diplomatic spat due to Indonesian displeasure over…

Andre Barahamin – 28 Mar, 2017, New Mandala Why have Jokowi’s promises to open up Indonesia’s “forbidden island” to journalists and rights monitors flunked? On 20 December 2016, the Legal Aid Foundation for Indonesia Press (LBH Pers) staged a press conference.…

WAMENA, SATUHARAPAN.COM – Tiga suku besar yang terhimpun dalam Dewan Adat Wilayah Balim (La Pago), meminta kepada pemerintah Indonesia dan Perserikatan Bangsa-bangsa (PBB) mengakui masyarakat adat dan wilayah hukum adat Papua sebagai sebuah ras dan rumpun bangsa Melanesia di Pasifik…

2:42 pm on 23 March 2017 Share this Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share via email Share on Google Plus Share on Reddit Share on Linked In New Zealand’s parliament has been presented with a public petition urging government…

Visit Shines Light on Government Policy Failures Andreas Harsono Indonesia Researcher The United Nations special rapporteur on the right to health did something remarkable last week: he traveled to the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua. Dainius Puras’ two-day…