The future of Pacific regional politics is not being decided this week in Suva through the 2050 Strategy, but rather is being decided in Kiribati.
The true failure of the draft 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent is that it prevents the opportunity for us to collectively think the impossible and dare to believe in the hoped for era of Pacific autonomy.
In a context of perpetual dependency, pandemic and climate change, will the 2050 Strategy provide a vision of hope and a transformative agenda to secure the future of the region? Or will it simply mix together tired old visions and values in a new Blue Pacific tanoa?
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