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Borrowing Power: Climate Governance in the Pacific Islands Region

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Abstract:

The Pacific Islands is the region in the world most threatened by climate change.Despite a lack of strength to directly address their serious disagreement with the regional hegemon, these countries have managed to translate external resources into tangible outcomes, thus contributing to regional climate governance. However, this process may be constrained by the shift of focus away from climate change, the region’s integration into the Indo-Pacific strategy, and the strengthening of Australia’s control over the Pacific Islands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Author name: Chen Xiaochen
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Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(4):89-111
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