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[POLL] Should the Marshall Islands adopt Kiribati's "Migration with Dignity" to prepare citizens for climate change migration?

A dozen students from across Micronesia will enroll in prestigious private schools this fall with the help of Habele tuition scholarships.

This is a public, anonymous, non-scientific poll intended to gauge public perception on controversial topics.

In this part of our series we look at a more simplified approach to gauge Chuuk's readiness. We take a few steps back and ask the citizens of Chuuk a simple question: "Are you ready for an independent Chuuk?".

merica’s Department of State should replace the Department of the Interior (DOI) as the primary US agency responsible for relations with Micronesia....

This week, four hand carved sailing canoes landed on Guam, completing a five-day voyage across the open ocean from Yap State...

We had the privilege of connecting with Yvonne Neth, an educational activist and talented artist...

TFB had the opportunity for a quick interview with Palauan entrepreneur, politician, and Presidential nominee  Surangel Whipps Jr. Whipps talks about his campaign,  Palau's tourism industry, the drought in Palau, and more.

We had the honor of interviewing the honorable Tony de Brum of the Marshall Islands. Mr. de Brum has been an instrumental figure in the politics of the Marshall Islands. He has also championed global climate talks and nuclear disarmament.

We had the privilege of chatting with Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner about her involvement at the historic climate talks in Paris this past December.

Some thoughts on the recent resolution in the FSM congress to terminate the Compact of Free Association.

An exotic paddling canoe from the remote Pacific Islands of Yap has arrived at Point of Pines, a 17th century plantation on Edisto Island, South Carolina.

We were fortunate and grateful to have had the opportunity to connect with the FSM's Consul General, Mr. Kandhi Elieisar. We discussed several topics currently affecting FSM citizens living in Hawaii; topics relating to homelessness, health-care, migration, Chuuk's independence and others.


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