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What impact on migration flows might we see should Pacific Island countries favour pursuing political and economic alliances in East Asia? Will Fiji’s general election in 2014 mark the beginning of a series of political reforms and potential political instability in Melanesia? What role will Papua New Guinea, a country with one of the largest and youngest populations in the region, play in shaping the labour market in the future? How and from where will New Zealand attract both higher and lower skilled workers in the future?

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International Migration Institute

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