Please note that both prizes include all those items ordinarily covered by the program fee.
They do not include the cost of flights, or other items which are not ordinarily covered by the program fee. To craft a good essay requires careful argumentation, clear structure and personality.
And countries like the Solomon Islands that resist the pressure to recognize Beijing are key to this.
This is not to suggest that states like the Solomon Islands are simply pawns in a larger strategic game.
Their reasons concerning which states they recognize remain their own.
Yet while smaller states are often deemed to suffer what they must, as (This flexibility to negotiate the complexities (both positive and negative) of Beijing’s growing power will continue to be an issue for Honiara regardless of any decisions they make concerning diplomatic recognition.THEMES: The theme for the Essay Competition shall be ‘International Law Regime’ with special focus on International Humanitarian Law.The topics must be chosen from/inspired by the aspects of International Humanitarian Law only.CONTACT DETAILS: In case of any query please contact [email protected] The Abstract and Essay have to be submitted at the same email address. Anna Anu Priya, Chief Officer, ILSA LCD Chapter 91 8294061988 2. A growing number of Pacific Island states are forging agreements with Beijing as part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, and while this is potentially positive if it can help develop the region’s infrastructure, other powers like Australia and the United States remain wary of what an increased regional footprint from an authoritarian China could mean for established norms in the Pacific.As a region that hosts a number of states that do not diplomatically recognize Beijing, the South Pacific is susceptible to the push and pull of large power rivalries.They were given 2 days to fish and winners are from various categories such as the heaviest fish.” — Canberra’s desire to re-engage with the region in the face of increasing strategic competition from China.Full scholarship: A fully-funded scholarship prize for one of our Spring or Summer Programs in 2019.Partial scholarship: A partially funded scholarship prize for one of our Spring or Summer Programs in 2019.