The Emerging Pacific Island States

The Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Pacific Islands Studies Conference
University of Hawaii
April 6 and 7, 1979

edited by Jane N Hurd

CPIS Occasional Paper 16

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Jane N Hurd

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1979
OPENING REMARKS
Carl J Daeufer

HAWAII'S PLANS FOR FUTURE RELATIONS WITH THE OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDS
Hideto Kono

SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1979
TAHITI ET MAMA FRANCE
Ben R Finney

FROM ATOLL TO FEDERAL AGENCY: THE POLITICS OF FEEDING PEOPLE
Craig J Severance

DEPENDENCE AND INDEPENDENCE: KAPINGAMARANGI ATOLL AND A CENTRAL BOUGAINVILLE COMMUNITY COMPARED
Michael P Hamnett

UNITED STATES POLICY IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC
William Bodde

AMERICAN SAMOA: GATEWAY TO OPPORTUNITY IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC
Frederick W Rohlfing

CHINA AS A PACIFIC POWER
Michael R Godley

SOUTH PACIFIC FISHERIES POLITICS
George Kent

MEDIA'S ROLE IN PACIFIC ISLANDS POLITICS: A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Thomas J Brislin

THE PACIFIC AND THE LAW OF THE SEA
Scott Allen

SUMMARY REMARKS
Donald M Topping

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