Papua New Guinea
By Scott Serena
Despite tough geography and environmental struggles, the people of Papua New Guinea have been able to make a living off the land for many years which has made them very successful, while also running a hands off political approach. Even with all this success, Papua New Guinea has recently been changing their old ways, which will eventually set themselves up for collapse.
Surviving Geographical Challenges
Hands-Off Government Approach
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