Moses Sakai is a Tutor at University of Papua New Guinea's School of Business and Public Policy.
Ending capital punishment for good in Papua New Guinea
In PNG’s history, the death penalty has now been abolished twice. The country can take a step to see it never returns.
The power of mercy and the death penalty in PNG
The country’s capital punishment laws need a reset, but there are better alternatives than clemency.
Refreshing American soft power in the Pacific Islands
Tales of past wars no longer resonate. The US has better stories to tell, not least of its own stumbles with democracy.
When will PNG establish a National Human Rights Commission?
Papua New Guinea has launched a commission to fight corruption. Now it needs to do the same to protect human rights.