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A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific
July 18, 2016

A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
Across Asia in the 20th and 21st centuries, the coup d'etat has been a well-documented phenomenon.
Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?
August 22, 2015

Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?

By Mong Palatino
Superficial rankings should not distract from the significant obstacles the country is yet to overcome.

Araújo’s Vision for East Timor
March 02, 2015

Araújo’s Vision for East Timor

By Mong Palatino
The country’s new prime minister appeals for unity and unveils some of his plans.

An Agenda for East Timor’s New Leadership
February 19, 2015

An Agenda for East Timor’s New Leadership

By Jared Genser
As a new prime minister takes office, the country faces a host of challenges.

East Timor’s ‘Poet Warrior’ Steps Down
February 11, 2015

East Timor’s ‘Poet Warrior’ Steps Down

By Elliot Brennan
Xanana Gusmao has resigned as prime minister.
East Timor's Prime Minister Steps Down
February 07, 2015

East Timor's Prime Minister Steps Down

By Ankit Panda
Xanana Gusmao, the prime minister of East Timor, resigned ahead of a planned government restructuring.

East Timor’s Oil Resource: Boon or Bane?
November 21, 2014

East Timor’s Oil Resource: Boon or Bane?

By Mong Palatino
Some are concerned that the country is overly dependent on its oil and gas sector.
Indonesian Foreign Policy: ‘A Million Friends and Zero Enemies’
February 14, 2014

Indonesian Foreign Policy: ‘A Million Friends and Zero Enemies’

By Ted Piccone and Bimo Yusman
Under SBY, Indonesia has boosted its international presence. What will his successor do?

East Timor-Australia Spying Scandal
December 16, 2013

East Timor-Australia Spying Scandal

By Mong Palatino
Australian spying row spreads as Timorese leaders file a petition at The Hague.

Pencak Silat: Violence Prompts East Timor to Ban Local Form of Martial Arts
September 25, 2013

Pencak Silat: Violence Prompts East Timor to Ban Local Form of Martial Arts

In a bid to curb violence, East Timor is cracking down on pencak silat.

What Fracking Means for Southeast Asia
March 07, 2013

What Fracking Means for Southeast Asia

Despite the rhetoric, Southeast Asian governments have been slow to tap their oil reserves. Fracking could make progress even slower.

East Timor Risks All in Oil Dispute
February 20, 2013

East Timor Risks All in Oil Dispute

Tensions between East Timor and Woodside Petroleum mount over oil fields in the Timor Sea.

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