Timor-Leste’s Independence Hero Xanana Gusmao Returns to Power as PM
By Gantry Meilana
In parliamentary elections in May, the veteran leader capitalized on widespread discontent with the outgoing Freitilin government.
Timor-Leste Set for Presidential Runoff Election Next Month
By Associated Press
Former President Jose Ramos-Horta will face off against current President Francisco Guterres in a second round of voting on April 19.
Observations From the First Round of Timor-Leste’s Presidential Election
By Li-Li Chen
The election is set for a second-round run off on April 19. But what did we learn from the first round of voting?
Timor-Leste Parliamentary Elections: Hard Choices, Hard Times
By Guteriano Neves and Khoo Ying Hooi
Timor-Leste's election comes at a critical time in the country's development.
After Presidential Elections, What Next for Timor-Leste?
By Jonas Guterres and Khoo Ying Hooi
The new People's Liberation Party, with its promise of a fresh approach, could make waves in Timor-Leste in the future.
The Trouble With Timor-Leste’s Consensus Politics
By David Hutt
Stability could not come at the expense of democracy.
Timor-Leste's Dangerous Political Union
By Geoffrey Swenson
Ironically, a peaceful transition of power is threatening to undermine democracy in Timor-Leste.