PNG earthquake’s political aftershocks require careful handling by East Asia Forum

The 7.5-magnitude earthquake in Papua New Guinea (PNG) on 26 February 2018 killed over 100 people and left 270,000 in need of immediate humanitarian assistance. There have been dozens of physical aftershocks. But the most damaging aftershock may be the earthquake’s undermining of the ‘social licence’ of the affected areas’ PNG LNG project, which is responsible for 40 per cent of PNG’s exports.

PNG earthquake’s political aftershocks require careful handling

Author: Paul Flanagan, ANU

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