Melanesian Politics: Stael Blong Vanuatu
Howard Van Trease
Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury, 1995 - 499 Seiten
Vanuatu's politics reflect cultural diversity, colonial history and personal differences. Chapters cover history, the 1991 election, politicians, electoral constituencies and political issues.
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Colonial Origins of Vanuatu Politics Howard Van Trease
Registered land in Vanuatu prior to independence as a percentage
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