East Timor, Australia and Regional Order: Intervention and Its Aftermath in Southeast Asia


By 1999, the status of East Timor had become a major global issue. This book explains how the persistence of Indonesian rule was strongly linked to Australian complicity, and the dramatic policy change thereafter set a precedent for the increasing importance of the UN today.


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