Tag: East Timor

Spying on Timor-Leste by Damien Kingsbury

It will take some months to play out, but Australia is finally before an international tribunal to determine whether or not it has acted legally over the division of the Timor Sea with Timor-Leste. At stake is the territorial boundary between Australia and Timor-Leste and, therefore, control of tens of billions of dollars’ worth of oil and gas resources.

The Militarisation of Defence

The Defence White Paper assumes an aggressive posture and receives unprecedented funding

The Neglected State-builder

Michael Leach on Cuban medical programs in the Pacific.

New Empires, New Anti-Empires

Tom Nairn argues the case for multilateralism

Oan Kiak: Women and Independence in Timor-Leste

In the most isolated areas of Timor-Leste, women are providing a powerful counterpoint to the apparent failure of independence, write Anna Trembath and Damian Grenfell

Patriot Games

Paul James The 'Ordinary Person' is Now an Ironic Myth

From Colony to Global Prize

George Aditjondro Timor Loro Sa'e Under a New Wave of Economic Transformation

Mapping the Political Terrain

George Aditjondro Post-Referendum Timor Loro Sa'e

Trepang Opening Night

Lisa Palmer spends a night at the indigenous opera

East Timor – Liturgy of the Free

Louise Byrne attends a mass with a difference at Melbourne's St Patrick's

Long Live Shame

Building a republic must become a common project writes Christopher Scanlon