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Sitiveni Rabuka

During Australia Visit, Fijian Prime Minister Calls for ‘Ocean of Peace’

During Australia Visit, Fijian Prime Minister Calls for ‘Ocean of Peace’

By Dechlan Brennan
Rabuka said Fiji was “more comfortable” dealing with nations like Australia, taking a measured tone and notably shifting Fiji further away from entanglement with China.

Fiji Reconsiders Security Ties With China Amid Pacific Tensions

Fiji Reconsiders Security Ties With China Amid Pacific Tensions

By Nick Perry
Fiji’s government is finalizing a defense agreement with New Zealand, even while it considers scrapping a 2011 police cooperation agreement with China.
China in the Pacific: The Fiji Case

China in the Pacific: The Fiji Case

By Patricia O’Brien
The specter of geostrategic competition being mapped onto Fiji’s political fault lines remains a distinct possibility that would be deeply damaging for the nation, and region, as a whole.

In Fiji, Bainimarama Suspended From Parliament Until 2026

In Fiji, Bainimarama Suspended From Parliament Until 2026

By Patricia O’Brien
Despite Rabuka’s thin majority, his government has wasted no time in systematically dismantling Bainimarama’s extensive power base.

History’s Shadow Looms Over Fiji

History’s Shadow Looms Over Fiji

By Patricia O’Brien
As Fiji enters a new political era following 16 years under the rule of Bainimarama, history’s shadow looms large.

Under New Leadership, What’s Next for Fiji?

Under New Leadership, What’s Next for Fiji?

By Dechlan Brennan
After 16 years with Frank Bainimarama at the helm, Fiji faces myriad challenges as Sitiveni Rabuka takes over.

Rabuka Promises Change After Winning Close Fiji Election

Rabuka Promises Change After Winning Close Fiji Election

By Nick Perry
Fiji will see a new leader for the first time in 16 years, but Sitiveni Rabuka is no stranger to power in the country.
Fiji’s Youth Could Decide the Election – If They Vote 

Fiji’s Youth Could Decide the Election – If They Vote 

By Angus Delaney
Young people are the largest bloc of potential votes – but historically, they haven’t showed up to the polls in large numbers. 

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