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Nauru, phosphate and political progress.

Nancy Viviani

Nauru, phosphate and political progress.

by Nancy Viviani

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Published by University of Hawaii Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nauru.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 206-213.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 215 p.
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22359639M
    ISBN 10708107656

      The grim history of Nauru Island, a small speck in the Pacific Ocean halfway between Hawaii and Australia, represents a larger story of environmental degradation and economic dysfunction. For more than 2, years traditional Nauruans, isolated from the rest of the world, lived in social and ecological stability. prairie-view-antiques. followers prairie-view-antiques NAURU Phosphate & Political Progress Nancy Viviani HC/DJ J $ $ shipping. or Best Offer ESSAYS IN MONETARY ECONOMICS 2nd Ed Econ Book Harry G Johnson HC/DJ J $ $ shipping. or Best Offer.

    Government and political context In , Nauru became a UN trust territory; it came under Australian, British and New Zealand authority but was effectively administered by Australia. After declaring independence in , Nauru implemented a Westminster-style constitutional democracy. In , Nauru became a full. Selected Sources. Below is a selected listing of the books, magazines, encyclopedias, dictionaries, websites, and individuals that have been consulted in researching The Europa World Year Book, Volumes I and II, 38th Edition, London, Nauru Phosphate and Political Progress. Australian National University Press.

    Book reviewed in this article: The Neoclassical Theory of Production and Distribution. By C. E. Ferguson. Financial Development in Malaya and Singapore. By P. J. Drake. Nauru. Phosphate and Political Progress. By N. Viviani. The Price Mechanism–Demand, Supply and Market Structures. By H. M. Kolsen. Building and Construction in Australia. By J. Hutton. Uncertainty . The mined-out phosphate lands of Nauru, equatorial western Pacific Nauru Phosphate and Political Progress. This book explores how the production and .


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Nauru, phosphate and political progress. Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Viviani, Nancy. Nauru, phosphate and political progress. Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Viviani.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages illustrations, maps 23 cm: Contents: Foreword / H.E. Maude --Acknowledgements --Introduction --Old Nauru --Treasure Island --The prize of the Pacific --Colonial life --World War II --Reconstruction and reorientation --'Democracy' comes to Nauru --In search of a new home.

Nauru, phosphate and political progress. Nancy Viviani. University of Hawaii Press, - Nauru - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What Nauru are Nations Legislative Council Marshall Islands ment million tons mining Mission to Nauru Nauru Island Nauru Local Government Nauru phosphate Nauru Royalty Trust Nauruan delegation.

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IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library :   Nauru: Phosphate and Political Progress is the story of David and Goliath in a modern political setting in the South Seas.

Controlled, protected, or occupied successively by Germans, Australians, British, and Japanese and then again by Australians under U.N. Trusteeship, all (except Germany) Nauru the purpose of exploiting the island{u}s one. Nauru: Phosphate and Political Progress is the story of David and Goliath in a modern political setting in the South Seas.

all (except Germany) for the purpose of exploiting the island{u}s one resource - phosphate - Nauru is one of the smallest and most isolated islands in the Pacific, with a mere inhabitants. This book is a Cited by: The economy of Nauru has been almost wholly dependent on phosphate, which has led to environmental catastrophe on the island, with 80% of the nation's surface having been island's phosphate deposits were virtually exhausted by although some small-scale mining is still in progress.

The Japanese occupation of Nauru was the period of three years (26 August – 13 September ) during which Nauru, a Pacific island under Australian administration, was occupied by the Japanese military as part of its operations in the Pacific War during World War the onset of the war, the islands that flanked Japan's South Seas possessions became Date: 26 August – 13 September Nauru, phosphate and political progress.

Canberra: Australian National University Press. MLA Citation. Viviani, Nancy. Nauru, phosphate and political progress Australian National University Press Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation. Viviani, Nancy. Nauru, phosphate and political progress Australian National University Press Canberra.

Nauru: phosphate and political progress / Nancy Viviani University of Hawaii Press Honolulu Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Nauru, Phosphate and Political Progress, Weeramantry, C. Nauru: Environmental Damage under International Trusteeship, —N ANCY I hope to expand on the information here in a book shortly.

Jillian Scarlett. @ pm. The island is situated 0° 32’ S. lat. and ° 55’ E. long. Area, 5, acres (2, hectares). It is an oval-shaped upheaval coral island of approximately 12.

1 Vivani, Nancy. Nauru, Phosphate and Political Progress, UH Press,p 2 Petit-Skinner, Solange. The Nauruans, Some Press, San Francisco,p 3 ibid. p 4 Along with young Timothy Detudamo, one of the students, to help with Nauruan translations.

Detudamo remained in America four years, and returned to Nauru where he became politically active, and eventually. Nauru, phosphate and political progress (other topics) Nauru One Hundred Years Ago: 3. Games and Sports (other topics) More Authors mentioned in this topic Carl N. McDaniel (other topics) Michael Gordon (other topics) Solange Petit-Skinner (other topics) Nancy Viviani (other topics) Alois Kayser (other topics).

Nauru, Phosphate, and the Nauruans* Nauru, Phosphate, and the Nauruans* TATE, MERZE Footnotes 1 Commonwealth of Australia, Report to the General Assembly of the United Nations on the Administration of the Territory of Nauru (–64), p 9. Hereafter Nauru Report.

Charteris, ‘The Mandate over Nauru Island,’ British Year Book of International. Abstract. The island was discovered by Capt.

Fearn inannexed by Germany in Oct. and surrendered to the Australian forces in It was administered under a mandate, effective from 17 Dec. conferred on the British Empire and approved by the League of Nations until 1 Nov.when the United Nations General Assembly approved a trusteeship agreement.

Nauru, phosphate and political progress Hardcover Australian government policy on the entry of Vietnamese refugees to Record and responsibility (Research paper / Griffith University, School for the Study of Australian-Asian Relation).

Nauru (näo͞o`ro͞o), officially Republic of Nauru, atoll and independent republic ( est. pop. 11,), c.8 sq mi (20 sq km), central Pacific, just south of the equator and w. The raised coral atoll of Nauru lies 59 km south of the equator in the western Pacific.

The island nation is tiny, covering only km 2, and remote, its only neighbour is Banaba or Ocean Island km to the east ().Almost nothing is known of its initial human colonisation, though it is possible that it was first settled as part of the great expansion of population into the northern Pacific Cited by: 1.

Nauru, a tiny South Pacific island, is the location of one of Australia’s two offshore asylum seeker processing centres. Rear Vision looks at .Nauru, and Island Adrift by Juliana Ribeiro Salgado (director) — not in English Common Knowledge: Nauru, phosphate and political progress by Nancy Viviani — not in English Common Knowledge: Nauru: Environmental Damage under International Trusteeship by Christopher Weeramantry — not in English Common Knowledge.The government-owned Nauru Phosphate Corp.

was the country's sole producer of phosphate rock, and the island nation's primary producer, employer, and exporter.

Production of phosphate rock in wastons, down fromin As ofNauru's phosphate rock reserves had become depleted.