In 2004, the key events in Papua New Guinea were the political survival of the Somare government, moves by Australia to take direct part in the country's administration, the fiasco over the election of the governor-general, and a slight economic recovery.
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James Chin; Papua New Guinea in 2004: Recolonization, Somare's Staying Power, and a Slight Economic Recovery. Asian Survey 1 February 2005; 45 (1): 191–195. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2005.45.1.191
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