Papua New Guinea One Month After the Riots

February 23, 2024 01:30:54
Papua New Guinea One Month After the Riots
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Papua New Guinea One Month After the Riots

Feb 23 2024 | 01:30:54

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Show Notes

On February 22, USIP hosted a conversation on what’s changed in the month since riots engulfed Papua New Guinea, the Pacific Islands' largest and most populous nation, as well as how U.S. and international policymakers can respond to the causes that are driving instability there. 

Speakers

Brian Hardingmoderator
Senior Expert, Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands, U.S. Institute of Peace

Gordon Peake 
Senior Advisor, Pacific Islands, U.S. Institute of Peace

Ruth Kissam 
Senior Advisor, Papua New Guinea, U.S. Institute of Peace

Zuabe Tinning 
Program Manager, Papua New Guinea, U.S. Institute of Peace

 

For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/papua-new-guinea-one-month-after-riots

 

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