Australia Drops Charge Against Lawyer Over Timor-Leste Spying Claim
By Rod McGuirk
The previous conservative government approved in 2018 the prosecution of Bernard Collaery and his client, a former spy publicly known as Witness K.
Timor-Leste Parliament Approves Sea Border Treaty With Australia
By Oki Raimundos
The step cements a landmark agreement reached in March 2018.
Australia and Timor-Leste’s Landmark Maritime Boundary Conciliation Process
By Hao Duy Phan
What the rest of the world can learn from the first compulsory conciliation case under a multilateral treaty.
Closing the Gap: Agreement Reached on Australia-Timor-Leste Maritime Border
By Grant Wyeth
The agreement made at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague settles an old dispute.
Time (and Oil) Running Out for Timor-Leste
By Anthony Fensom
The newly elected government will have to move quickly to diversify Timor-Leste's economy.
Timor-Leste's Political Unity
By Flavio Simoes
Don't be fooled by the number of political parties. Timorese have a remarkable degree of consensus on major issues.
Timor-Leste Blazing a Trail for Maritime Dispute Resolution
By Grace Phan
As the US grapples with escalation in the South China Sea, Timor-Leste makes an unprecedented move that may present a solution.
Interview: Ambassador Abel Guterres
By Ben Weir
Timor-Leste's ambassador to Australia on his country's independence movement and its maritime dispute with Canberra.