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Commonwealth offers closer cooperation to help ACP Group realise ‘full potential’
By Online Editor
10:48 pm GMT+12, 19/03/2019, Romania
The Cotonou Agreement, which frames EU-ACP cooperation on a broad range of issues, is set to expire at the end of 2020. A successor arrangement is currently being negotiated. At the same time, the UK, one of the EU’s largest economies and a key donor, is leaving the EU – a process known… Read more

Not one, but two new points of tension for France in the Pacific
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Vanuatu poised to graduate from Least Developed Country status
Vanuatu is scheduled to graduate from the category of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) on 4 De
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Diplomatic switch? Solomon Islands relations with Taiwan or China
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Indian aid to the Pacific
Written by Bhavya Gupta India is a non-traditional donor
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World leaders fail to address plastic crisis, says WWF
World leaders have resoundingly failed in their duty to take action on the escalating plastics
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