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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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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.

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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.

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Briefing / Asia

Managing Land Conflict in Timor-Leste

Measures to resolve land disputes in Timor-Leste must go beyond a draft law on land titling if they are to comprehensively reduce the risks posed, otherwise the law could bring more problems than solutions.

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Briefing / Asia

Timor-Leste: Oecusse and the Indonesian Border

The security threat at Indonesia and Timor-Leste’s shared border has decreased sharply since the latter’s 2002 independence, but failure to finalise agreement on the border and normalise cross-border traffic could allow limited but long-standing local disputes to escalate.

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Report / Asia

Handing Back Responsibility to Timor-Leste’s Police

The United Nations should hand over formal control of the Timor-Leste police as soon as possible.

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Briefing / Asia

Timor-Leste: No Time for Complacency

A year after the near-fatal shooting of President José Ramos-Horta, security in Timor-Leste is strikingly improved.

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Report / Asia

Timor-Leste’s Displacement Crisis

The shooting of President José Ramos-Horta in February 2008 underscored the urgency of addressing sources of conflict and violence in Timor-Leste.

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Report / Asia

Timor-Leste: Security Sector Reform

Four years after Timor-Leste gained independence, its police and army were fighting each other in the streets of Dili.

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Briefing / Asia

Timor-Leste’s Parliamentary Elections

Timor-Leste has just elected a new president and will hold parliamentary elections on 30 June 2007.

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