Hors Serie Volume XI, 2010
Etats et Constitutions du Pacifique Sud/States and Constitutions of the South Pacific
- Mark Joyau and Emmanuel-Pie Guiselin Foreword: States and Constitutions of the South Pacific: The Mark of the "Pacific Way"
- Jean-Pierre Doumenge Introductive Chapter: The Pacific and its islands: Natural and cultural contexts of development, contemporary economic and political realities
Part I Independence and structures of the States: Oceanian specificities
- Stephanie Couderc-Morandeau Chapter 1: Is there a distinctive characteristic of the South Pacific States' access to independence?
- David Chappell Chapter 2: Historical perspectives on independence
- Jean-Philippe Feldman Chapter 3: Federalisms and the nature of South Pacific systems of government
Part II Powers, political life and democracy: The "Pacific Way"
Title 1: Institutional and political engineering
- Thibaut de Beranger Chapter 4: The executive power in the South Pacific States
- Thierry Daups Chapter 5: The South Pacific's Parliaments
- Emmanuel-Pie Guiselin Chapter 6: The electoral systems of South Pacific parliamentary assemblies: between the "Pacific Way" and western standards
Title 2: In search of a model of democracy
- Marc Joyau Chapter 7: "Democracy in New Zealand": Contribution to the study of the notion of democracy in the South Pacific
- Marion Bastogi and Helene Goiran Chapter 8: The Fiji Islands: Constitutions and Coups
Part III International organizations and regional leadership: The Oceanian system
- Romain Capron Chapter 9: International organizations of the South Pacific
- Romain Capron Chapter 10: The Secretariat of the Pacific Community, SCP
- Nathalie Mrgudovic Chapter 11: Australia, New Zealand: Oceanian Powers Forced into Action