The Fate of East Timor: A People Betrayed and Abandoned Analytical Essay by Serigala

The Fate of East Timor: A People Betrayed and Abandoned
Looks at the ways that the West betrayed the people of East Timor and how the Indonesian government lied to them.
# 1513 | 1,990 words | 9 sources | 1999 | AU
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Asian Studies (General)


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This paper discusses the fate of the East Timorese and their continued struggle for independence. The paper argues that, if there were security concerns on the part of the Indonesians, it was merely an orchestrated propaganda campaign and that whatever motives were in place among the western countries involved were base and not the high ideals which are touted as being fundamental to the political systems and ideals of those countries. Furthermore, the paper argues that there is a distinct possibility that there are darker, more sinister concerns and that Indonesian intentions had been either largely ignored or kowtowed to.

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