Opinion: Framing a “new Pacific consciousness”

By Kaliopate Tavola

Outgoing USP Chancellor, H.E. President of Nauru Lionel Rouwen Aingimea, recently penned an editorial, which, having fulfilled his one-year stint as Chancellor and on the way out, can be regarded as his farewell statement to the USP community and to the region as a whole.

The editorial was titled: “USP ‘shaping Pacific futures in the 21st Century.” In the last 50 years of regionalism, Aingimea wrote that . . .

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