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  • Political Crisis in Fiji and India’s Concerns

    Politically isolated in the international community both at the regional and multi-lateral levels, Fiji has found an apt ally in China to ward off any further pressure.

    August 19, 2010

    Revival of Racism in Fiji

    Several events in Fiji have once again opened the festering wounds of racism and revived the apprehensions of Indo-Fijians about their future in this island State. The first was when the former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka stated that Indo-Fijians should emulate Sonia Gandhi and not stake a claim for the office of the Prime Minister, even if they get a majority in the Parliament after the next elections. Adding, that even though Sonia wore Indian clothes and spoke the language, she still felt that India should be led by an indigenous person.

    May 10, 2005