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While we may bristle when other countries dismiss us as small, sometimes New Zealand does the same to our Pacific Island neighbours. Journalist Michael Field calls attention to their largely unnoticed plight, and suggests the answer to the failing microsite issues of poor health, weak economies and unjust governments could lie in the creation of a Polynesian-Pacific Union.

Michael Field is a New Zealand journalist and published author, renowned for his expertise on Pacific affairs. He has worked throughout the world, including in the US Congress as part of a Harkness Fellowship program with Harvard University. Currently working for Fairfax New Zealand, Michael is especially known for his coverage of the Fijian 2000 and 2006 coups.


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