Funu: The Unfinished Saga of East Timor

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The Red Sea Press, 1987 - History - 207 pages
First published in 1986, this is a re-issue of 1996 Nobel Peace Price winner Jose Ramos-Horta's book on the struggles in East Timor and the world's indifference to them. With a preface by Noam Chomsky.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Childhood Memories
5
Colonial Beginnings
17
The Carnation Revolution
25
Politics in East Timor
29
My Meeting With Malik
41
Portuguese FadoOur Tragedy
45
Coalition and Civil War
51
Betrayal
75
Washington Pragmatism
87
The Security Council Fails To Act
97
The Games Nations Play
125
The NonAligned Movement and Our Struggle
159
The Good Offices of the SecretaryGeneral
165
The UN and Human Rights
173
SelfDetermination as a Principle and A Right
179

Portuguese Inaction
57
Indonesias View of East Timor
61
Intervention
69
The Quality of Mercy
191
The Long March To Peace and Freedom
207
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