In the old days, it was very clear if a coup had happened. Soldiers seize Parliament, close down the press and play songs non-stop on radio and TV – and you know you have a coup.
But the latest Fijjian one is harder to call. The PM is under house arrest, yet still in charge of the Government.
Most annoyingly how can one book cheap post-coup holidays, until it is clear that the coup has happened.