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Edward Acton Cavanough

that its troops would remain in place until the 2023 Pacific Games, all but ensuring peace on the streets until the end of the parliamentary term. Sogavare’s security partnership with China had also tempered the likelihood of widespread unrest in the future. The Solomon Islands community may have been sceptical of China, but many also feared its brutality. Solomon Islanders know of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Some know of the atrocities against Uyghurs in Xinjiang. They understand that protest and dissent in

in Divided Isles
Axel Berkofsky

embargo imposed on China in 1989 was always the most central issue on the dialogue’s agenda, it is accurate to conclude that the motivation for Tokyo to initiate regular exchanges on East Asian security in the framework of its dialogue with the EU on East Asian security was identical to Washington’s motivations in 2004: institutionalising political pressure on Brussels not to lift the weapons embargo imposed on China after the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 ( Berkofsky, 2012 ). Today, that dialogue continues, and its main objective is for the parties to informally

in Japan's new security partnerships