1. Solomon Islands in Transition? Matthew G. Allen and Sinclair Dinnen
2. The Teleology and Romance of State-building in Solomon Islands Jon Fraenkel
3. Honiara: Arrival City and Pacific Hybrid Living Space Clive Moore
4. From Taovia to Trustee: Urbanisation, Land Disputes and Social Differentiation in KakabonaRebecca Monson
5. Customary Authority and State Withdrawal in Solomon Islands: Resilience or Tenacity?Debra Mcdougall
6. Big Money in the Rural: Wealth and Dispossession in Western Solomons Political EconomyEdvard Hviding
7. Maasina Rule beyond Recognition David Akin
8. Urban Land in Honiara: Strategies and Rights to the City Joseph Foukona
Matthew Allen is a Fellow at The Australian National University. A human geographer who has worked extensively across post-colonial Melanesia, he is the author of Greed and Grievance: Ex-militants’ perspectives on the Conflict in Solomon Islands (2013).
Sinclair Dinnen is a Senior Fellow at The Australian National University and a socio-legal scholar with longstanding experience as a researcher and policy adviser in the Melanesia region.