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East Timor and the International Community: Basic Documents

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ISBN13: 9780521581349
ISBN: 0521581346
Published: September 1997
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9780521399791

The long-running dispute over East Timor is an unresolved item on the agenda of the international community. It involves issues of self-determination, non-recognition, and human rights. This book reproduces the basic materials relating to the historical background; to the circumstances of the Indonesian invasion and subsequent incorporation of East Timor; to the development of the dispute in the light of the international community's response to it; and, finally, to the 1995 judgment of the International Court of Justice in the case concerning East Timor between Portugal and Australia. The volume contains a substantial introduction which places the documents in context and provides an overview of the political and legal issues of the dispute.

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1. Historical background; 2. Process of decolonization; 3. UN documents on the situation in East Timor after the Indonesian invasion; 4. Human rights situation in East Timor; 5. Views of Indonesia, Fretilin, UDT and Portugal; 6. Responses of third states; 7. Dispute over the Timor Gap Treaty; 8. The Timor Gap Treaty in the International Court of Justice.