East Timor's Unfinished Struggle: Inside the Timorese Resistance

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South End Press, 1997 - 289 páginas
Until the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to two East Timorese activists, few had heard of East Timor or of its struggle for independence from Indonesia. Here, Constancio Pinto, a colleague of the two Nobel Peace Prize winners, and Matthew Jardine, a long-time chronicler of the situation in East Timor, offer a first-hand account of life inside the Timorese independence movement.
 

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Índice

Introduction
1
Matthew Jardine
25
The Indonesian Invasion
41
life in Remexio
60
Making a New Life in Dili
79
Joining the Underground
92
Emergence of the Underground
105
Founding the Executive Committee
121
Arrest and Torture
135
Working as a Double Agent
158
Preparing for the Portuguese Delegation
175
The Santa Cruz Massacre
188
Escape Abroad
209
Reflections on the Struggle
225
Index
282
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CONSTANCIO PINTO is East Timor\s representative at the United Nations.'

MATTHEW JARDINE is a researcher and activist based in Los Angeles.

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