International blunder or domestic strategy?

Fijians protest outside the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Head Office in Suva against Fiji’s opposition to a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza (Photo: Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre)

Fiji's position on Israel could hint at paradigm shift

South Africa’s case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been described as involving two competing narratives: one, about a displaced Palestinian people denied their right to self determination, and the other, about the Jewish people who, having established an independent statein their historical homeland after generations of persecution in exile, have been under threat from hostile neighbours ever since.

When Fiji joined the United States as the

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