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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Fiji celebrated Constitution Day today virtually due to the ongoing civid-19 pandemic crisis, but many see the day as a hollow...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Papua New Guinean chief executives believe the country's entire workforce needs to be vaccinated against covid-19 to be fully productive, says...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Yamin Kogoya Indonesia's most troubled province of Papua is become embroiled in another mass demonstration with protesters barricading provincial government buildings and...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu Supreme Court judge Justice Oliver Saksak has upheld a decision by the former Speaker of Parliament to expel 19 government MPs from...

COMMENT: By Bryan Bruce So, it’s Queen’s Birthday weekend. Except… it’s not her birthday. She was actually born on 21 April 1926. Moving the reigning monarch’s birthday...

ANALYSIS: By Fuimaono Dylan Asafo Samoa's Court of Appeal (CA) ruled yesterday that Article 44(1A) of the Constitution requires that six women should sit in...

By Sina Retzlaff in Apia Samoa's Parliament will convene tomorrow as originally planned The Supreme Court has issued orders to uphold the original proclamation, dated 20...

RNZ Pacific An urgent legal challenge against a shock proclamation by the Samoan head of state is being heard in the Supreme Court Chambers in...

By Lagi Keresoma in Apia The new elections in Samoa called by the Head of State for this Friday, May 21, cannot proceed as they...

ANALYSIS: By Jérôme Viala-Gaudefroy, CY Cergy Paris Université The January 6 assault on the US Capitol may have been a fitting end to Trump’s presidency....

ANALYSIS: By Markus Wagner, University of Wollongong President Donald Trump is extremely unlikely to capitulate to pressure to resign in the final days of his...

ANALYSIS: By David Smith, University of Sydney After weeks of President Donald Trump’s baseless claims about voter fraud and other improprieties costing him the presidential...

By RNZ Pacific The United Liberation Movement for West Papua says it is adopting a provisional constitution for a democratic state. The organisation is seeking a...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila New York-based Human Rights Watch has led a barrage of condemnation against the Duterte government’s "assault on media...

By Lian Buan in Manila The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo is keen on pushing for the public disclosure of President Rodrigo Duterte’s state...

As Fiji lurches towards stability and democracy, the military’s overwhelming presence is a reminder of what once was, and could happen again, as the...

By Ralf Rivas in Manila After the ousting of the Philippines' Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, the six justices who voted against the quo warranto...

By Philip Cass of Kaniva News The King of Tonga has no right to judge the merits of legislation passed by Parliament, according to a...

By Lian Buan in Manila Philippine Solicitor-General Jose Calida says nothing - not the Supreme Court (SC) and not even the Constitution - can stop...

By Jee Y. Geronimo in Manila After the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) decision to revoke Rappler's licence to operate in a blow to press...

OPINION: By Gary Juffa, Governor of Oro and a candidate in the PNG general election Papua New Guinea's incoming government must put a list of...

By JV Arcena of InterAksyon in Manila Saying the Philippines needs to wage the long, hard fight against terrorism but cannot do it at the...