Making Law in Papua New Guinea | By Bruce L. Ottley, David Weisbrot, and Jean G. Zorn

Author: Gaurav Shukla (email:

The book Making Law in Papua New Guinea is divided into 11 substantial parts/chapters with an epilogue summarizing the legal history and the future recourse for PNG. In the beginning, the authors introduce the reader to the social and cultural background of PNG from the perspective of Western society and its approach towards the indigenous people, which provides an insight into the beliefs and psychological setup of the social order of the country. The book asserts that the influence of clans in political decision-making is substantial and this influence rejects policy matters in the diversified political status of the South Pacific…

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