- Ba, Fiji: a Town in Fiji.
- Banaba Island: also known as Ocean Island, in Kiribati.
- Bavadra, Timoci: Prime Minister of Fiji (1987).
- Beetham, Bruce: New Zealand statesman of the 1970s and 1980s.
- Bole, Filipe: Fijian politician.
- Cavaco Silva, Aníbal: Prime Minister of Portugal (1985-1995).
- Chamoun, Camille: President of Lebanon (1952-1958).
- Chaudhry, Mahendra: Former Prime Minister of Fiji.
- Christian Brethren in Egypt: An Exclusive Brethren grouping in Egypt.
- Fiji Constitutional Crisis of 1977: the first major challenge to Fiji's institutions since independence.
- Fiji coup of 2000 (main article): An article now; timeline now moved here.
- Fiji Labour Party: One of Fiji's major political parties.
- Fiji Law Reform Commission: a statutory body advising the Fijian Parliament.
- Fiji presidential election, 2000: the election held to fill the vacancy caused by Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara's resignation. (rewrite)
- FitzGerald Report: the damning United Nations investigation into the murder of the former Lebanese Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri.
- Foreign relations of Fiji: an overview of Fiji's foreign policy and relationships.
- Forlong, Gordon: Scottish-born New Zealand evangelist (1819-1908).
- Hélou, Charles: Lebanese President (1964-1970).
- High Court (Fiji): one of three Fijian courts established by the Constitution.
- History of Fiji: an overview of Fiji's history, especially since 1874.
- Hrawi, Elias: President of Lebanon (1989-1998).
- Iloilo, Ratu Josefa, President of Fiji (2000-2009).
- Indian Brethren: The Brethren movement in India.
- Kadavu, Fiji's fourth-largest island.
- Kataeb Party (Lebanon): The Lebanese political party founded by Pierre Gemayel.
- Kerala Brethren: the Brethren movement in Kerala State — a major subset of the Indian Brethren.
- King of the Cocos Islands: the self-proclaimed, unrecognized "Kings" from the Clunies-Ross family.
- Lautoka: Fiji's second largest city.
- List of Fijians: A list of prominent Fijian people.
- List of Presidents of Portugal: A list of all who have held the office since the republic was founded in 1910.
- List of Prime Ministers of Portugal: Names, dates, and links.
- Local government of Fiji: The first and second tiers of local government in Fiji.
- Madraiwiwi, Ratu Joni - Vice-President of Fiji (2004 -present).
- Malik, Charles: Lebanese diplomat, statesman, and academic.
- Mikati, Najib: Prime Minister of Lebanon (2005-).
- Militant Socialist Movement: Mauritian political party.
- Mizoram: a state in north-eastern India.
- Moawad, René: President of Lebanon (1989).
- National Democratic Party (1960s): Fijian political party of the 1960s, a forerunner to the present-day National Federation Party.
- National Federation Party: a once-major political party, supported mostly by Indo-Fijians.
- Qaranivalu: a senior chiefly title in the Fijian Province of Naitasiri.
- Qarase, Laisenia: Prime Minister of Fiji (2000-present).
- Rabuka, Sitiveni: Fijian soldier and politician.
- Ramgavar: Lebanese Armenian political party.
- Rosen, Moishe: founder of the Jews for Jesus movement.
- Samisoni, Adi Mere: Fijian politician.
- Sau (Rotuman king): Added list to existing stub for Rotuman kings.
- Savusavu: a Town on the Fijian island of Vanua Levu.
- Speight, George: Fijian insurrectionist and chief instigator of the Fiji coup of 2000.
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