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  • This article is the third of several articles for The Interpreter by the Lowy Institute’s Non-Resident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea correspondent, Sean Dorney who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth’s PNG Election Observer Mission.
    19 August 2017
  • This is the third of several articles for The Interpreter by the Lowy Institute’s Non-Resident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea correspondent, Sean Dorney who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth’s PNG Election Observer Mission.
    18 August 2017
    Analysis
  • This is the second of several articles by the Lowy Institute’s Non-Resident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea Correspondent, Sean Dorney, who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth’s PNG Election Observer Mission.
    16 August 2017
    Analysis
  • This is the first of several articles for The Interpreter by Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea correspondent Sean Dorney, who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth's PNG Election Observer Mission.
    11 August 2017
    Analysis
  • Sean Dorney reviews the book " Kokoda: Beyond the Legend ", edited by Karl James, appropriately published on the year of the the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Kokoda campaign.
    24 May 2017
    Analysis
  • Sean Dorney reviews Bruce Hunt's book Australia's Northern Shield? Papua New Guinea and the defence of Australia since 1880, in which the author analysed the recently released Australian Cabinet Notebooks from the 1960s and 1970s, during which PNG moved towards independence.
    4 May 2017
    Analysis
  • Non-resident fellow at the Lowy Institute, Sean Dorney writes about the recent decision by the Papua New Guinean Supreme Court over the legality of the Australian funded Manus asylum seeker detention facility.
    2 May 2016
    Analysis
  • Lowy Institute Non-Resident Fellow Sean Dorney looks at the latest development in the corruption scandal that continues to dominate Papua New Guinean media.
    19 April 2016
    Analysis
  • Lowy Institute Non-Resident Fellow Sean Dorney provides an excellent background to the latest Papua New Guinea supreme court ruling in the ongoing corruption case involving Prime Minister Peter O'Neill.
    8 April 2016
    Analysis
  • Sean Dorney has the final say in the Embarrassed Colonialist debate.
    10 March 2016
    Analysis

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