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Alpers, Philip. 2015 ‘Locking Up Pacific Armouries.’ The Pacific Region Lives Up to its Name with Disarming Success. Melbourne: The Conversation. 26 February

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Locking Up Pacific Armouries

In 2001, deliberately unarmed peacemakers and a locally designed Bougainville peace process tied disarmament and weapons disposal to aspirations for political autonomy and independence. Many guns were locked away and shootings are now rare.

Police and military armouries in a dozen Pacific states, some of them no more than tin shacks, became a sudden priority of donor nations.1 Australia and New Zealand deployed advisers, construction crews and millions of dollars to lock up and, in many cases, to destroy guns held by their Pacific Island neighbours…

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