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Political and Economic Self-Determination in the South Pacific: The Significance of Constitutional Status in Post-Colonial Relations in the Pacific: Some Aspects of Aid, Trade, and Regionalism

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Title: Political and Economic Self-Determination in the South Pacific: The Significance of Constitutional Status in Post-Colonial Relations in the Pacific: Some Aspects of Aid, Trade, and Regionalism
Authors: Low, Sau C.
Keywords: Oceania
Issue Date: 1989
Description: Masters of Arts
Pacific Islands Studies
Pages/Duration: 38 leaves
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/21185
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Appears in Collections:Pacific Islands Studies Plan B Masters Projects
M.A. - Pacific Islands Studies



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