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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.

Rethinking ASEAN Integration
February 04, 2013

Rethinking ASEAN Integration

After 40 years ASEAN members are still struggling to create a sense of solidarity.

Beyond Words: Revamping Australia's Indonesia Policy
October 04, 2012

Beyond Words: Revamping Australia's Indonesia Policy

Why both nations must move past words like “strategic partnership” and embrace each other.

Dan White, 1965-2012
September 25, 2012

Dan White, 1965-2012

Luke Hunt pays tribute to a colleague and old friend.

A Step Forward in East Timor Polls
July 11, 2012

A Step Forward in East Timor Polls

Luke Hunt on recent elections that show further signs of hope in East Timor.

Ramos-Horta Ousted in Timor-Leste
March 19, 2012

Ramos-Horta Ousted in Timor-Leste

Jose Ramos-Horta is set to lose the presidency after coming third in the first round of Timor-Leste polls.

Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Play
February 18, 2012

Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Play

Timor-Leste is keen to join ASEAN. But security factors make the prospect unlikely, for now at least.

Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Play
February 18, 2012

Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Play

Timor-Leste is keen to join ASEAN. But security factors make the prospect unlikely, for now at least.

January 08, 2010

Young, Restless--But Not Failed Yet

Ten years after voting for independence even the opposition is upbeat about Timor-Leste’s future, reports Anthony Anderton. But the country still faces daunting obstacles for long-term stability.

November 19, 2009

Faith, Hope and Justice

Just weeks after Timor-Leste voted for independence, the town of Suai was visited by a gang of pro-Indonesian rule militiamen who slaughtered dozens of unarmed citizens hiding in a church. Steve Holland meets Manuel dos Santos who, 10 years later, is still waiting for justice–and for his abducted daughter to come home.

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