| || || Regionalism -- Oceania -- History|
| || || Fiji's role in the South Pacific Forum, 1971-1984|
Author: Tarte, Sandra.
Institution: University of Melbourne.
Subject: South Pacific Forum -- History , Regionalism -- Oceania -- History , Oceania -- Politics and government -- 20th century , Oceania -- Economic conditions -- 20th century, Fiji -- Politics and government -- 20th century , Fiji -- Foreign relations -- Oceania , Oceania -- Foreign relations -- Fiji
Call No.: pac JX 1979 .T3
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission
Abstract: This thesis aims to examine Fiji’s role (that is, policies and actions) in the South Pacific Forum in the period 1971 -1984. It is a subject of intrinsic interest and importance. At the same time, however, it provides a case study of how a ; small, new state has sought to play a role in regional and international affairs. There are two broad reasons for examining Fiji’s role in the South Pacific Forum (SPF) and these serve to define the essential objectives of this thesis.