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Samoan democracy hangs in the balance as a constitutional arm wrestle plays out — with the world watching

By Patricia A. O'Brien, Visiting Fellow, School of History, Australian National University, and Adjunct Professor, Asian Studies Program, Georgetown University
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Samoa's constitutional crisis has caught the world's attention, but diplomatic rhetoric may not be enough to support the country's democratically elected government.

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