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From Kanaky to Palestine, how Paris is weaponising deportations from Pacific

In the West Bank, one in three Palestinians has experienced one or more incarcerations during their life since 1967, or 35 percent of the population, while in Kanaky, the...

Tahiti’s ‘old lion’ Gaston Flosse, 93, steps down after 52 years in politics

By Patrick Decloitre French Polynesia’s veteran politician, 93-year-old Gaston Flosse, announced last week he is stepping down from his...

A role for Pacific media in charting a pragmatic global outlook

ANALYSIS: By Shailendra Bahadur Singh and Amit Sarwal in Suva Given the intensifying situation, journalists, academics and experts joined...

Amid decline in mainstream media trust, Pacific Journalism Review remains a beacon

Professor Vijay Naidu’s speech celebrating the launch of the 30th anniversary edition of Pacific Journalism Review at the...

PANG talks to journalist David Robie on Pacific decolonisation issues

PANG Media The PANG media team at this month’s Pacific International Media Conference in Fiji caught up with independent...

Archive: Fiji coup 2000: Ossies recognise promising journalism talent of the future

By Mark Pearson The United States has its Pulitzer prizes. Australia has the Walkleys. And journalism education in the region has the Ossies, the Journalism...

Archive: Coup coup land: The press and the putsch in Fiji

By David Robie Abstract: On 19 May 2000, an insurrection led by failed businessman George Speight and seven renegade members of the élite 1st Meridian...

Fiji coup 2000: Protests over USP journalism website shutdown

Pacific Media Watch Journalism schools and media freedom groups have protested to the University of the South Pacific for suspending its Pacific Journalism Online website,...

Archive: University of the South Pacific shuts down journalism website

By Mithleshni Gurdayal Journalism students at the University of the South Pacific have expressed dismay over the forced shutdown of their website, Pacific Journalism Online...

Archive: Fiji: The Internet Coup

By Jeremy Rose The Fijians have taken to calling them "parachute journalists". The reporters, that is, who drop in from around the globe to file...

Archive: USP student coverage of the ‘internet coup’ in Fiji 2000

Crisis coverage by University of the South Pacific journalism students An archive of the exclusive University of the South Pacific journalism programme coverage of the...