Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan
Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan
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Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan
Members of the Nagamiufa tribe, in the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country profoundly embedded in cultures and customs that stretch back over centuries. Photo: James Morgan
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David Dodwell

David Dodwell

David Dodwell is the executive director of the Hong Kong-APEC Trade Policy Study Group, a trade policy think tank.