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· December, 2008

Stories about Fiji from December, 2008

24 December 2008

Fiji and New Zealand engage in ‘Diplomatic Suicide’

Tensions between Fiji and New Zealand boiled over Tuesday when both countries kicked out each other’s chief diplomats. Bloggers and commenters in both New Zealand and Fiji have largely found...

17 December 2008

Fiji and New Zealand Bloggers Debate Diplomatic Row

Bloggers from Fiji and New Zealand are discussing an ongoing diplomatic row between their governments that intensified when New Zealand refused to grant visas to three family members of senior...

13 December 2008

Fiji: Democracies’ double standards

A few members of Fiji’s blogosphere have begun to lash out at what they see as double standards from the international organizations and countries preaching democracy to the Pacific Island...

8 December 2008

Fiji's military coup: Two years on

Fiji’s military coup hits its two-year anniversary, and bloggers around the region have spent the past few days gathering thoughts and opinions on the country’s past, present and future.

4 December 2008

Fiji: How to change the government from within?

As the two-year anniversary of Fiji's military takeover approaches, another international governing body has called the Pacific island nation to hold elections in 2009 as once promised. A discussion has...

3 December 2008

Pressure for Fiji

1 December 2008

Fiji bloggers denounce military expenditures

Fiji bloggers have sharply criticized the country’s military government for allowing the armed forces to overspend its allocated funds in the past fiscal year by more than 50 percent.