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Timor-Leste

Report / Asia

Timor-Leste: Stability at What Cost?

Although swelling oil and gas revenues have bought Timor-Leste peace, political empowerment, security reforms and fiscal caution are needed to ensure stability can outlast the boom.

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Speech / Asia

Self Determination and Peace Operations in Timor-Leste

Civil-Military Affairs Conference, Queanbeyan, Australia.

Briefing / Asia

Timor-Leste’s Elections: Leaving Behind a Violent Past?

Timor-Leste’s upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections will be an important step in consolidating the relative stability the country has enjoyed since recovering from the 2006 crisis, but a number of security risks deserve continued attention.

Also available in Bahasa Indonesia, Português, Tetun and other languages
Speech / Asia

Recognising Timor-Leste’s Veterans

Conference: "10 years later: the contribution of social programs in the construction of a Welfare State in Timor-Leste", Dili, Timor-Leste.

Op-Ed / Asia

Timor-Leste: Everybody needs good neighbours

Originally published in The Interpreter

Briefing / Asia

Timor-Leste: Time for the UN to Step Back

The size of the policing contingent of the UN Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) should be sharply reduced to prepare for the peace operation’s eventual end and encourage the country to assume full responsibility for ensuring its own security and future stability.

Also available in Português, 简体中文, Tetun and other languages
Op-Ed / Asia

Timor's land law: The 'monster' in the room?

Originally published in The Interpreter