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By Gordon, Michael
Telling the story of Ali Mullaie, an Afghan asylum seeker, since granted refugee status in Australia, who spent three and half years detained on Nauru, this book backgrounds his profile and his fellow detainees with a discussion of the impact of the detention center and the 'Paci...fic Solution' on the people of Nauru and their country.Read more
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By Wheeler, Tony
Following on from his successful foray into headline-making trouble spots with Bad Lands. Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler encounters the challenges of travel in the world's Dark Lands. He gets stoned (of the thrown variety) in Palestine, scores a speeding ticket in Zimbabwe , ...shining a light into places where most people fear to tread. Contains entries on PAcific nations - Nauru and Papua New Guinea.Read more
Greedy Lords, dubious heroes, wicked relations and innocents in peril - today's world sounds like a grim fairytale! Travelling along the infamous 'Axis of Evil' led to Tony Wheeler's Bad Lands - now he's going deeper into the world's darkest corners toexplore a rogue's gallery of... troubled nations.Read more
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By McDaniel, Prof Carl; Gowdy, John M.
This text describes how Nauru Island became one of the richest nations in the world and how its citizens acquired all the ills of modern life. At the same time, Nauru became 80 per cent mined-out ruins that contain impoverished biological communities of little value in supporting... human habitation.Read more
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By Sulu, Reuben
A detailed snapshot of the health of reefs in Fiji, Nauru, New Caledonia, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu in 2004 and comment on the threats to and management of many of the most significant areas
Edited by Garine, I. de; Pollock, Nancy J.
This collection of essays examines obesity not as an objective medical or psychological problem, but as a subjective social and cultural phenomenon. Both the negative casting of obesity in developed countries and the traditional positive view of obesity are juxtaposed.
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