The historical trajectory of Fijian power
"Fiji’s army-backed interim regime is an organisation of indigenous Fijian power that paradoxically has been forged against supposed threats to the military and the multi-ethnic nation from Fijian ethnic extremism. It starkly highlights the importance of distinguishing between potentially accommodative institutional expressions of Fijian power and excluding Fijian nationalism. This difference is a feature of Fiji’s political development that can be traced back over many decades to the times of...[Show more]
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