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2001 Timor Lorosa’e on the Crossroad: Timor Lorosa’e’s transformation from Jakarta’s colony to a global capitalist outpost. Jakarta: Center for Democracy and Social Justice Studies.

 

Agence France-Presse (AFP)

2003 Troops dispatched after attacks kill three in East Timor. January 6, 2003.  Agence France-Presse (AFP). http://www.reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf./

2003 Militias Aim to Destabilize East Timor After Attack. January 22, 2003. Agence France-Presse (AFP). http://www.reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf./

 

Almeida, Antonio de

      1967 “A contribution to the study of rock paintings in Portuguese Timor”. .” In Archaeology at the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress. Tokyo, August-September, 1966. Asian and Pacific Archaeology Series, No. 1. pp.68-76. Honolulu, Hawaii: Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii.

 

Almeida, Antonio de, Georges Zbyszewski

      1967 “A contribution to the study of the prehistory of Portuguese Timor – Lithic Industries.” In Archaeology at the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress. Tokyo, August-September, 1966. Asian and Pacific Archaeology Series, No. 1. pp.54-67. Honolulu, Hawaii: Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii.

 

Amnesty International

2003 The Democratic Republic of Timor Leste: A new police service – a new beginning. Amnesty International-Library. http://web.amnesty.org/library/

 

Anderson, Benedict

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Asia Foundation (The)

2001 East Timor National Survey of Voter Knowledge (Preliminary Findings). Report

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Araujo, Abilio de

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Carrey, P.

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Catholic Commission for Justice, Development and Peace

      1993 Just Reading No.2.: The Church and East Timor: A collection of documents by National and International Catholic Church Agencies. pp.60-61. Melbourne, Australia: Catholic Commission for Justice, Development and Peace.

 

 

Catholic Institute for International Relations

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Cheney, David M.

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Department of Information Republic of Indonesia

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Dunn, J. S.

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Fischer, T.

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Foreman, S.

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Foucault, Michel

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Franke, R. W.

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Freney, D.

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Friedberg, C.

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Glover, Ian

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Graham, P.

      1991 To Follow the Blood: The Path of Life in a Domain of Eastern Flores, Indonesia. [Ph.D. dissertation. The Australian National University. Canberra. Australia.]

 

Gunn, Geoffery C.

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Hainsworth, Paul & Stephen McCloskey (eds.)

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Hicks, David

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Hill, Hall & João M. Saldanha (eds)

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Hill, Helen

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Hiorth, F.

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Hoadley, J. Stephen

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Hull, Geoffrey

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International World News

2003 Hundreds of UN troops deployed after East Timor attack. International World News, Internet Edition, Wednesday February 26, 2003—Zil Haj 24, 1423 A.H. http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/feb2003daily/26-02-2003/world/w12.htm

 

Jardin, M.

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Jolliffe, Jill

      1976 Revolutionary Poems in the Struggle against Colonialism: Timorese Nationalist Verse, Fransisco Borja da Costa. Translations by James J. Fox, Mary Ireland and Elizabeth Traube. pp.20-1; 28-33; 46-7. Sydney: Wild and Woolley.

      1977 East Timor: nationalism and colonialism. St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland Press.

      1987 Portuguese Timor, World War II: Thirteen years after decolonisation, Lisbon archives yield their secrets. [unpublished manuscript].

2001 Cover-Up: The Inside Story of the Balibo Five. Melbourne: Scribe Publicatins.

2002 “Fearing the wrath of someone else’s God”. The Age (Melbourne). February 25, 2002.

2003  Raids raise fears of renewed violence.The Age, January 21, 2003. http://www.theage.com.au/cgi-bin/common/popupPrintArticle.pl?path=/articles/2003/01/

2003 Threatened Timorese town seeks troops. Sydney Morning Herald, February 3, 2003. http://www.asia-pacific-action.org/southeastasia/easttimor/netnews/2003/end_03v2.htm

2003  Leaders fly to border town after likely militia raid. Sydney Morning Herald, January 7, 2003. KITLV Media monitoring. http://iiasnt.leidenuniv.nl:8080/DR/2003/01

 

Kennedy, Raymond

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King, Dwight Y.

2003 “East Timor’s Founding Elections and Emerging Party System”. Asian Survey. 43(5):745-57.

 

King, Margaret

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Kingsbury, D.

      2000 Guns and ballot boxes: East Timor’s vote for independence. Clayton: Monash Asian Institute.

 

Klinken, Gerry van

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Kohar, R. A.

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Kohen, A.

      1999 From the place of the dead: the epic struggles of Bishop Belo of East Timor. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

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Lenox, Rowena

2000 Fighting Spirit of East Timor: The Life of Martinho da Costa Lopes. New York: Zen Books.

 

Lutz, Nancy M.

1991 “Colonization, Decolonization and 'Integration': Language Policies in East Timor, Indonesia”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association Chicago, November 20, 1991.

 

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1995 “Rural Development in East Timor: Past, Present and Futures”. In The East Timor Project. Vol. 1. An Anthology: Essays on the Political Economy of East Timor. Joao Mariano de Sousa Saldanha ed. Monograph series No3/95. pp.63-9. Australia: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Territory University.

 

Martin, Ian

2001 Self-Determination in East Timor: The United Nations, the Ballot, and International Intervention.London: Rienner. International Peace Academy Occasional Paper Series.

 

McCloskey, Stephen

2000 “Introduction: East Timor—From European to Third World Colonialism”. In Hainsworth, Paul & Stephen Mccloskey (eds)The East Timor Question: The Struggle for Independence from Indonesia.pp.1-16. New York: I. B. Taurus

 

McGuinn, T.

1999 East Timor: island in turmoil. Minneapolis, Minn.: Lerner Publications.

 

McWilliam, A.

1989 Narrating the Gate and the Path: Place and Precedence in Southwest Timor. [Ph.D. dissertation. The Australian National University. Canberra. Australia.]

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Suara Timor Lorosae

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