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Rapa Nui

Rapa Nui 214 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) Mutu, Margaret. 2011. 7KH6WDWHRI0ëRUL Rights. Wellington: Huia. Politics in Rapa Nui during the review ———. 2013. Polynesia in Review: Issues period were diverse. In addition to and Events, 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012: municipal elections in November, 0ëRUL,VVXHVThe Contemporary Pacific 25:165–172. there were significant political contests over cultural and ecological conserva- NZH, New Zealand Herald. Daily. tion projects, economic development, Auckland. education, health, immigration, and ots, Office of Treaty Settlements. 2013. the international human rights of Quarterly Report 1 July 2012–31 March the Rapa Nui Nation. Broadly, two 2013. Wellington: ots. http://nz01 competing discourses have structured .terabyte.co.nz/ots/DocumentLibrary/ conflict and possible resolutions: a OTSQ3QuarterlyreporttoMar2013.pdf Rapa Nui–based nationalist discourse [accessed 23 July 2013] of self-determination and a neoliberal ots Website. http://www.ots.govt.nz/ Chilean-based discourse of stakehold- ers and sustainable tourism. Sharples, Pita. 2013. Maori Party Fare- While Rapa Nui nationalist dis- wells Pre-eminent Artist Ralph Hotere. 25 February. http://www.maoriparty.org/ course continued to gain international index.php?pag=nw&id=1973&p=maori support during the period in review, -party-farewells-preeminent-artist-ralph stakeholder discourse strengthened its -hotere.html [accessed 22 July 2013] local roots as a result of the municipal elections. In an election in which there Shuttleworth, Kate. 2013. PM Shuns was a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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214 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) Mutu, Margaret. 2011. 7KH6WDWHRI0ëRUL Rights. Wellington: Huia. Politics in Rapa Nui during the review ———. 2013. Polynesia in Review: Issues period were diverse. In addition to and Events, 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012: municipal elections in November, 0ëRUL,VVXHVThe Contemporary Pacific 25:165–172. there were significant political contests over cultural and ecological conserva- NZH, New Zealand Herald. Daily. tion projects, economic development, Auckland. education, health, immigration, and ots, Office of Treaty Settlements. 2013. the international human rights of Quarterly Report 1 July 2012–31 March the Rapa Nui Nation. Broadly, two 2013. Wellington: ots. http://nz01 competing discourses have structured .terabyte.co.nz/ots/DocumentLibrary/ conflict and possible resolutions: a OTSQ3QuarterlyreporttoMar2013.pdf Rapa Nui–based nationalist discourse [accessed 23 July 2013] of self-determination and a neoliberal ots Website. http://www.ots.govt.nz/ Chilean-based discourse of stakehold- ers and sustainable tourism. Sharples, Pita. 2013. Maori Party Fare- While Rapa Nui nationalist dis- wells Pre-eminent Artist Ralph Hotere. 25 February. http://www.maoriparty.org/ course continued to gain international index.php?pag=nw&id=1973&p=maori support during the period in review, -party-farewells-preeminent-artist-ralph stakeholder discourse strengthened its -hotere.html [accessed 22 July 2013] local roots as a result of the municipal elections. In an election in which there Shuttleworth, Kate. 2013. PM Shuns was a

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