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Children outside of the Tuo school in the Solomon Islands. The Solomon Islands is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, making Queen Elizabeth II its head of state.

Week Fourteen

We will be exploring the regional relations of Pacific states this week.

Like last week, there are many different avenues you can pursue here.

Don't forget to also think about regional and sub-regional associations here.

The e-learning activity will be helpful in focusing your examination of relevant issues and areas of study.

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On successful completion of this section, you will be able to:

  • evaluate regional relations across the Pacific from a historical perspective, beginning post-World War 2,
  • investigate and analyse the emergence of regional and sub-regional associations across the Pacific,
  • explain the pressures of globalisation affecting states across the Pacific,
  • identify and explain how Pacific states have managed their ‘national interest’ in a time of globalisation, increasing interdependence and cooperative relations.