Fiji playing hide-and-seek with democracy

Review of From Election to Coup in Fiji: The 2006 campaign and its aftermath, edited by Jon Fraenkel and Stewart Firth

  • Charu Uppal
Keywords: Fiji history, Fiji media, ethnic reporting, diversity reporting, government intervention, government intervention democracy

Abstract

From Election to Coup in Fiji, is a collection of more than 30 essays dealing with various aspects of political and social life of Fiji, gives a glimpse into issues and concerns faced by Fiji. A multiracial, multi ethnic nation that has been playing hide-and-seek with democracy and identity politics since its independence from the British. 

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Published
01-04-2008
How to Cite
Uppal, C. (2008). Fiji playing hide-and-seek with democracy: Review of From Election to Coup in Fiji: The 2006 campaign and its aftermath, edited by Jon Fraenkel and Stewart Firth. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 14(1), 228-230. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v14i1.936