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If Papua New Guinea really is part of Australia's 'family', we'd do well to remember our shared history

By Patricia A. O'Brien, Visiting Fellow in the School of History, Australian National University, and Adjunct Professor in the Asian Studies Program, Georgetown University
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Australia has sent help to its nearest neighbour to deal with its COVID crisis. But to really forge the next chapter in that relationship, we need to understand the history between the two countries.

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