Tradition, Lotu, and Militarism in Fiji

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Winston Halapua maintains that self-interest of certain groups and not a search for the common good has been a persistent thread running through the recent history of Fiji. Militarism, as he defines it, is collusion between privilege and power and has maintained the interests of some over those of many. The far-reaching analysis of this book, which touches many facets of Fijian society, highlights the complexity of the situation.

Publisher: Fiji Institute of Applied Studies

Date Published: 2003 (1st Ed.)

Book Condition: Near fine soft cover showing minimal edge wear to covers with a signed personal inscription by the author on the title page

ISBN: 9823010218

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