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Citation Schultz, J. (2012). Overseeing and overlooking: Australian engagement with the Pacific islands 1988-2007. PhD thesis, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne.
Handle 10187/16167
Title Overseeing and overlooking: Australian engagement with the Pacific islands 1988-2007
Creator Schultz, Jonathan
Date 2012
Subject / Keywords foreign policy, international relations, public policy, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, Nauru
Abstract This thesis aims to explain the discrepancy between Australia’s stable interests and objectives in the Pacific islands and the volatility of its approach to achieving those objectives. The thesis proposes a cyclic model of Australian engagement that it illustrates using a historical narrative of Australia’s relationship with the Pacific islands. The key finding is that weak institutionalisation renders Australian engagement dependent on the foreign minister and susceptible to influence by advocates who capture the minister’s attention.
Type PhD thesis
Language eng
Notes © 2012 Dr. Jonathan Schultz
Publication Status Unpublished
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Faculty/Department School of Social and Political Sciences
Institution The University of Melbourne
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