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  • 2 Oct 2020 06:00

    Timor-Leste’s youth leave or get left behind

    Young people make up most of the country’s unemployed, sending many overseas, while needed skills go unmet at home.

  • 1 Oct 2020 11:00

    Smart China choices

    Australia’s relationship with China is unavoidably asymmetric. That shouldn’t stop Australia finding a competitive edge.

  • 1 Oct 2020 07:00

    In Bangladesh, Covid adds to a list of maladies

    A stalling economy, climate challenges, a refugee crisis, and now a spat with Saudi Arabia make for troubling times.

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People | experts Sean Dorney
Nonresident Fellow, Pacific Islands Program
Lowy Institute
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Areas of ExpertisePapua New Guinea; The Pacific Islands region; Australia's foreign correspondents

Sean Dorney is a Nonresident Fellow at the Lowy Institute. After reporting on the Pacific (with a particular focus on Papua New Guinea) for over four decades, Sean left the ABC in August 2014. During his time with the ABC he won a Walkley for his coverage of the Aitape tsunami and was both deported and awarded an MBE by the Papua New Guinean Government. He is the author of Papua New Guinea: People, politics, and history since 1975 and The Sandline Affair: Politics and mercenaries and the Bougainville crisis.