Re: On EdgeNovember 3 2011 at 10:55 AM
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Response to On Edge
@Lepatu..you are talking about regional moilisation, mergers and networking.Infact,this is the age for increased mobilisation although aspects of mobility are hampered by certain economic, political and geographic challenges.For example,AUS&NZ have market power over the pacific and compete for the resources in the Pacific may not be willing to form a regional group.They simply cannot lower their status...(always would want to be the policeman of the Pacific).You have MSG,APEC,etc which lack certain challenges to push for stronger economic recognition for the region.But,your suggestion for a more coerive Pacific group of nations is not an isolated call,infact countries in the world are asking to be respected as equal partners and soverign nations within the community of nations-regardless of thier size and economic strength. They desire equal acess, equal opportuinty and equal value and so too must be the pacific nation.I beleive this agenda is before the APEC to consider and deliberate. The idea is that leadership in the pacific or the wolrd is a shared responsibility with collobation and cooperation among nations rather than few nations dictating others.The idea of a sigle currency in the Pacific will have its own ramifications and adventages, like, EURO in europe forcing many countires to bankcruptcy.
- On Edge - R.lepatu on Nov 3, 2011, 1:18 PM