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East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football
October 16, 2019

East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football

By Henryk Szadziewski
“For us, our passion for the game shows the world the skills and aspirations of our people.”

Why is West Papua in Constant Turmoil?
September 12, 2019

Why is West Papua in Constant Turmoil?

By Bilveer Singh
The Indonesian territory has struggled for independence for more than 50 years.
Protests in West Papua Escalate With Reports of Killings
September 03, 2019

Protests in West Papua Escalate With Reports of Killings

By Joshua Mcdonald
Tensions mount in Indonesia amid reports of killings during Papuan pro-independence protests.

West Papua’s Quest for Independence
July 25, 2019

West Papua’s Quest for Independence

By Olivia Tasevski
50 years since the so-called Act of Free Choice, an independent West Papua is closer but still elusive.

Indonesia's Papua Issue in Focus with High-Level Court Review
April 27, 2019

Indonesia's Papua Issue in Focus with High-Level Court Review

By Associated Press
Lawyers are challenging Indonesia’s incorporation of the region into its territory a half-century ago.

Massacre in Nduga: Indonesia’s Papuan Insurgency
December 24, 2018

Massacre in Nduga: Indonesia’s Papuan Insurgency

By Rob Attwell
The recent killings highlight how Indonesia’s attempts to use economic inducements to secure peace in Papua are failing.

What Drives Indonesia's Pacific Island Strategy?
August 13, 2018

What Drives Indonesia's Pacific Island Strategy?

By Grant Wyeth
Jakarta is courting Pacific Island states, hoping to change regional positions on the West Papua issue.
The US Should Not Be Rehabilitating Indonesia’s Abusive Special Forces
January 26, 2018

The US Should Not Be Rehabilitating Indonesia’s Abusive Special Forces

By Andreas Harsono
The Indonesian military’s past abuses should not be forgotten.

Indonesia’s West Papua Headache Continues
October 14, 2017

Indonesia’s West Papua Headache Continues

By Luke Hunt
Jakarta must tread carefully on the issue.

Indonesia's Neverending Freeport-McMoRan Saga
July 20, 2017

Indonesia's Neverending Freeport-McMoRan Saga

By Nithin Coca
The 50-year relationship between Indonesia and its largest taxpayer comes under scrutiny.

How the UN Failed West Papua
September 19, 2016

How the UN Failed West Papua

By Prianka Srinivasan
The UN no longer considers West Papua to be "colonized," leaving activists hard pressed to find solutions.
'Small and Far': Pacific Island States Gather at Annual Forum
September 09, 2016

'Small and Far': Pacific Island States Gather at Annual Forum

By Grant Wyeth
The 16 states are meeting this week to discuss regional challenges, particularly climate change.

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