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In Quest of Dialogue on a "Hot" Subject

In Quest of Dialogue on a "Hot" Subject Dialogue 1: Reflections on Nuclear Testing in the South Pacific Guest edited by David Chappell david chappell The Nuclear Issue in the South Pacific: Labor Parties, Trade Union Movements, and Pacific Island Churches in International Relations jean-marc regnault A Comment on “The Nuclear Issue in the South Pacific” stewart firth The Nuclear Age in the Pacific Islands nic maclellan Response to Regnault bruno barrillot and john taroanui doom French Nuclear Testing in the South Pacific, or When France Makes Light of Its Duty to Remember gabriel tetiarahi Reply jean-marc regnault © 2005 by University of Hawai‘i Press 335 In Quest of Dialogue on a “Hot” Subject David Chappell Since I began studying Kanaky New Caledonia and other French Pacific territories more than a decade ago, I have tried to do what I can to encour- age more dialogue across the artificial barriers created by colonial lan- guages in the Pacific, especially between speakers of English and French. Despite some networking by activists and institutions of various kinds, linguistic colonialism has often tended to divide inhabitants of Oceania into relatively separate Anglophone and Francophone circuits. Perhaps no other issue highlights this lingering problem better than nuclear testing. The US and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

In Quest of Dialogue on a "Hot" Subject

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 17 (2) – Jul 29, 2005

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2005 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

Dialogue 1: Reflections on Nuclear Testing in the South Pacific Guest edited by David Chappell david chappell The Nuclear Issue in the South Pacific: Labor Parties, Trade Union Movements, and Pacific Island Churches in International Relations jean-marc regnault A Comment on “The Nuclear Issue in the South Pacific” stewart firth The Nuclear Age in the Pacific Islands nic maclellan Response to Regnault bruno barrillot and john taroanui doom French Nuclear Testing in the South Pacific, or When France Makes Light of Its Duty to Remember gabriel tetiarahi Reply jean-marc regnault © 2005 by University of Hawai‘i Press 335 In Quest of Dialogue on a “Hot” Subject David Chappell Since I began studying Kanaky New Caledonia and other French Pacific territories more than a decade ago, I have tried to do what I can to encour- age more dialogue across the artificial barriers created by colonial lan- guages in the Pacific, especially between speakers of English and French. Despite some networking by activists and institutions of various kinds, linguistic colonialism has often tended to divide inhabitants of Oceania into relatively separate Anglophone and Francophone circuits. Perhaps no other issue highlights this lingering problem better than nuclear testing. The US and

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Published: Jul 29, 2005

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