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ANALYSIS: By Marco de Jong, Auckland University of Technology and Robert G. Patman, University of Otago When former prime minister Helen Clark spoke out against...

Pacific Media Watch Earthwise presenters Lois and Martin Griffiths on Plains FM 96.9 community radio talk to Dr David Robie, a New Zealand author, independent...

By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific journalist Keeping the Pacific nuclear-free, in line with the Rarotonga Treaty, was a recurring theme from the leaders of Tonga,...

By Asenaca Uluiviti and Sadhana Sen Fiji recently lost Dr Meraia Taufa Vakatale, a monumental woman leader who broke many glass ceilings with her numerous...

By Christina Persico, RNZ Pacific An international relations professor says that if New Zealand joins AUKUS it could impact on its relations with Pacific countries. AUKUS...

By Peter Boyle in Sydney As Pacific communities protest the Japanese government’s plan to dump more than a million tonnes of radioactive waste water from...

By Hilaire Bule, RNZ Pacific Vanuatu correspondent in Port Vila Vanuatu Prime Minister Ishmael Kalsakau says Pacific security is about the security of the Pacific...

RNZ Pacific The Appeal Court in French Polynesia has acquitted the pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru and two others in the case of the funding of...

By Stella Martin and Rose Amos in Port Moresby Thousands of students at the University of Papua New Guinea staged a protest at the Waigani...

RNZ Pacific The Pacific Islands Forum chairman has been assured by the United States that the AUKUS agreement will honour the Treaty of Rarotonga after...

RNZ Pacific Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown has joined a growing list of Pacific leaders to object to the US$250 billion nuclear submarine deal...

By Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific editor, and Caleb Fotheringham, RNZ Pacific journalist A Pacific elder and former secretary-general of the Pacific Islands Forum says Pacific...

By Repeka Nasiko in Suva Nuclear-armed submarines are not welcome in Fiji waters. Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka said this as he stressed he did not support...

ANALYSIS: By Nicholas Khoo, University of Otago Former Australian prime minister Paul Keating’s recent strident criticism of the A$368 billion nuclear-powered submarine deal announced under...

Asia Pacific Report Peace campaigners, activists and Nuclear-Free and Independent Pacific stalwarts were among those who gathered in Auckland this evening to celebrate publication of...

Peacemonger, the new book published last month to celebrate the life and work of peace researcher and activist Owen Wilkes (1940-2005), is being launched...

EDITORIAL: By the Samoa Observer editorial board It perhaps wasn’t a remarkable coincidence that last month Samoa’s former Ambassador to the United Nations called on...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific reporter Australia's new security pact with the US and the UK has touched a nerve at the core of Pacific...

RNZ Pacific More than 2000 demonstrators in French Polynesia have joined a march in the capital Pape'ete to mark the 55th anniversary of the first...

By Mark Ladao in Honolulu Dr Haunani-Kay Trask, a Hawai'ian leader and sovereignty activist with a distinguished career as an academic at the University of...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala On 27 May 2021, a significant event took place in Rwanda where French President Emmanuel Macron asked...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ Pacific reporter While a Paris roundtable about the legacy of nuclear tests at Moruroa and Fangataufa atolls is eagerly awaited by...