Fiji: The politics of conflict reduction
Fiji�s 5 December 2006 military takeover entailed the collapse of an ambitious experiment in constitutional design aimed at mitigating conflict and encouraging the formation of a multi-ethnic government. In 1997, a new constitution was introduced that was influenced by the two best-known schools of thought as regards how to defuse conflict in deeply divided societies; those associated with Duke University Professor Donald Horowitz and University of California political scientist Professor Arend...[Show more]
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