East Timor and the International Community: Basic Documents by Heike KriegerEast Timor and the International Community: Basic Documents by Heike Krieger

East Timor and the International Community: Basic Documents

EditorHeike Krieger

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The long-running dispute over East Timor is an unresolved item on the agenda of the international community. It involves issues of self-determination, nonrecognition, and human rights. This book reproduces the basic materials relating to the historical background of East Timor, to the circumstances of the Indonesian invasion and subsequent incorporation of East Timor, to the development of the dispute in the light of the international community's response to it, and, finally, to the 1995 judgment of the International Court of Justice in the case concerning East Timor between Portugal and Australia.
Title:East Timor and the International Community: Basic DocumentsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:524 pages, 11.69 × 8.27 × 1.06 inShipping dimensions:11.69 × 8.27 × 1.06 inPublished:July 21, 2011Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521399793

ISBN - 13:9780521399791

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Table of Contents

1. Historical background; 2. Process of decolonization; 3. UN documents on the situation in East Timor after the Indonesian invasion; 4. Human rights situation in East Timor; 5. Views of Indonesia, Fretilin, UDT and Portugal; 6. Responses of third states; 7. Dispute over the Timor Gap Treaty; 8. The Timor Gap Treaty in the International Court of Justice.

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"As the tenth volume in the Cambridge International Documents Series this book provides a magnificent compilation of many of the most important source materials relating to the issue of East Timor. It is essential work for any serious discussion, and without doubt constitutes the definitive text to date, with a handsome appearance and pleasing format enhancing its authority." David Hicks, Asian Thought and Society