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Various documents 4

Contains various documents such as letters, emails, faxes and press releases that were written or published in 1996.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Various documents 2

This item includes various letters, faxes, emails sent in 1997.

It includes:

  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Bob Robertweil, St. Martin’s Press (14.04.1997)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Esther Casady (27.05.1997)
  • Fax message for Mr. Bert Van Mulders, Broederlijk Delen from Arnold Kohen (18.08.1997)
  • Fax message for Mr. Karl Wintgens, Entraide et Fraternité from Arnold Kohen (18.08.1997)
  • Fax message for Mr. Zacarias da Costa, East Timor Representation to the European Union from Arnold Kohen (18.08.1997)
  • Fax message draft for Mr. Aryeh Neier, Open Society Institute from Arnold Kohen (18.08.1997)
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Zacarias da Costa (01.07.1997)
  • Fax message for Mr. Steve Alston and Steph O’Connell, Asia Desk CAFOD from Arnold Kohen (15.08.1997)
  • Fax message for Asia Desk Trocaire from Arnold Kohen (15.08.1997)
  • Fax message for Mr. Victor Scheffers, General Secretary of Justitia et Pax from Arnold Kohen (15.08.1997)
  • Arnold Kohen’s Confirmation of Participation in the 9th Christian Consultation on East Timor in Lisbon, Portugal (13-14 September 1997)
  • Fax message to Lynn Fredrikson from Natacha Medem (29.06.1997)
  • House of Representatives (106th Congress) Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs appropriations bill, 1998 | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Congressman Frank R. Wolf from J. Stapleton Roy, Ambassador (03.07.1997) | 3 pp.
  • Letter to Congressman Frank R. Wolf from Barbara Larkin (11.07.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Mr. Rui M. Tereno, Embassy of Portugal from Martin S. Rendon, UNICEF (14.01.1997)
  • Letter to Mr. Arnold Kohen from Geert Delbeke & Kris Jacquemyn (17.01.1997)
  • Fax message for Kerry Brogan from Arnold Kohen (14.01.1997)
  • Letter to Mr. Aryeh Neier, President of the Open Society Institute from Ginetta Sagan (21.02.1997)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Dr. Geoffrey Hull (28.10.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Cindy (25.12.1997) Subj.: Article and thanks
  • “Indonesia cited for human rights abuses in state department report” written by Patrick J. Kennedy, Member of Congress (03.02.1997)
  • Press Release: Jose Ramos-Horta commends UN Human Rights commission vote on East Timor and praises Denmark for leadership on China (16.04.1997)
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Christian Aid (03.01.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Fax cover sheet to Arnold Kohen from Bruce Malkin (06.01.1997)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Tom of the East Timor Ireland Solidarity Campaign (09.01.1997)
  • Amnesty International: Urgent Action (08.01.1997) Subj.: Fear of torture | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Frank R. Wolf, member of Congress (12.11.1997)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Tamrat Samuel, Political Affairs Officer of the United Nations (03.11.1997) with “Krumbach Declaration of 1997”, Centre for Culture and Development of Timor Lorosae, An Appeal from the Catholic Bishops of the Church of Timor, attached with the fax | 10 pp.
  • Letter to His Excellency President Nelson Mandela from José Ramos-Horta (01.08.1997) | 2 pp.
  • “List of missing young people of the day of the demonstration on March 23rd, 1997 in Dili, East Timor” (23.03.1997) | 3 pp. [In Portuguese]
  • “List of young Indonesian killers slightly injured in the demonstration on March 23rd, 1997 in Dili, East Timor” (23.03.1997) | 3 pp. [In Portuguese]
  • “List of young people who were shot by Indonesian killers and seriously injured in the demonstration on March 23rd, 1997 in Dili, East Timor” (23.03.1997) [In Portuguese]
  • Report of the Committee on Resolutions (06/1997)
  • Human Rights in East Timor - Adopted by the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism (April 6-9, 1997)
  • Background on East Timor and U.S. policy - East Timor Action Network, September 1997 | 3 pp.
  • Letter to Bishop Carlos Belo from Arnold Kohen (08.01.1997)
  • Letter to The President from Tony P. Hall & Frank Wolf, Members of Congress (09.07.1997)
  • “Max Stahl on Church in East Timor” (1997)
  • Letter to Bishop Belo from Robert A. Flaten, Chair of the Peace Prize Forum (19.11.1997)
  • Letter to Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo c/o Arnold Kohen from P. Jeffrey Hopkins, Nobel Peace Laureates Conference Organizer (05.12.1997)
  • Letter to Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo c/o Arnold Kohen from Professor P. Jeffrey Hopkins & Professor Daniel J. Ehnbom (12.09.1997)
  • Amnesty International: “East Timor: Death of Resistance Leader highlights need for independent human rights monitoring” (26.06.1997) | 2 pp.
  • “Fear of torture” by Jose Antonio Belo (26.06.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen c/o Bishop Belo from Martha Highsmith, Associate Secretary of Yale University (13.05.1997) | 3 pp.
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Adan Bradbury, Production editor (16.01.1997) RE: Northern civil society organisations, advocacy and the search for peace in East Timor and Angola: East Timor section | 4 pp.
  • Letter to Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo c/o Arnold Kohen from Professor P. Jeffrey Hopkins & Professor Daniel J. Ehnbom, Nobel Peace Laureates Conference (12.09.1997) with a list of invitees and suggested topics
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from someone in East Timor (15.11.1997) [In Portuguese] | 4 pp.
  • The White House: “Remarks by the President and Prime Minister Antonio Guterres of Portugal in Photo Opportunity” (03.04.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Catholic News Service: “Vatican Calls for Just Solution to Strife in East Timor” (24.03.1997) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Father Jose Lui Rodriguez from Arnold Kohen (27.03.1997)
  • BBC Summary of World Broadcasts: “Stuggle to become 'more confrontational' - resistance source” (02.04.1997)
  • Letter to Dr. Geir Lundestad, Permanent Secretary of the Norwegian Nobel Institute from Arnold Kohen (19.04.1997)
  • Fax message to Dr. Geir Lundestad, Permanent Secretary of the Norwegian Nobel Institute from Arnold Kohen (30.04.1997)
  • Fax message for Steve Alston, Asia Desk CAFOD from Arnold Kohen (19.04.1997) | 6 pp.
  • Fax message for Mr. Fransesc Vendrell from Arnold Kohen (29.04.1997)
  • Draft Proposal for efforts to form an international secretariat to assist 1996 Nobel Laureate Bishop Carlos Ximenes Belo of East Timor, with the tentative name “Carlos Ximenes Belo Institute for Peace and Human Rights.” (1997) | 5 pp.

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Various documents 1

This item includes:

  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from the Office of the Honorable Frank R. Wolf (24.11.1998) with an attached letter to The Honorable J. Stapleton Roy, US Ambassador | 3 pp.
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Mgr. Carlos Filipe X. Belo (17.01.1998) [In Portuguese]
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Dr. Geoffrey Hull (07.01.1998)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Dr. Geoffrey Hull (26.01.1998)
  • Letter to his Excellency Theodore E. McCarrick, Archbishop of New York from Frank R. Wolf, Member of Congress (25.11.1998)
  • Letter to The Honorable J. Stapleton Roy, US Ambassador from Frank R. Wolf, Member of Congress (24.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Tony Hall News: “More than 100 Members of Congress urge Clinton and Indonesian President Habibie to ease concerns in East Timor” (09.09.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Letter to the Honorable Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, President of the Republic of Indonesia from 101 Members of Congress (09.09.1998) | 8 pp.
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Dennis W. Frado, Director of the Lutheran Office for World Community (27.11.1998)
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Mgr. Carlos Filipe X. Belo, Bishop of Dili (30.04.1998)
  • Fax message for the Letters to the Editor Page, The New York Times from Arnold Kohen (17.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Dr. Geir Lundestad, Norwegian Nobel Institute from Arnold Kohen (07.06.1998)
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Dr. Geir Lundestad (08.06.1998)
  • Letter to Mr. Orville Schnell from The Rt. Rev. Paul Moore cc/ Arnold Kohen (24.06.1998)
  • Letter to Mr. Jonathan Kozol from The Rt. Rev. Paul Moore cc/ Arnold Kohen (24.06.1998)
  • “Solidarity with the People of Ache” by Mgr. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (28.08.1998) [translated from Portuguese]
  • Fax message for Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo from Arnold Kohen (01.12.1998)
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Tom Hyland, East Timor Ireland Solidarity Campaign (17.12.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Letter to Mr. Thomas Hart, Director of Government Relations with the Episcopal Church from Arnold Kohen (14.06.1998)
  • Fax message for Rev. J. Martins from Rev. Reinaldo Cardoso (15.12.1998) [Portuguese]
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Mgr. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (15.11.1998) [Portuguese]
  • Letter to The Honorable Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State from Seven Members of Congress (Tony Hall, Frank Wolf, John Olver, Nita Lowey, Tom Lantos, James McGovern, Patrick Kennedy) (22.12.1998)
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from the Salesian School of Manique (Escola Salesiana de Manique) (18.11.1998)
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Lobsang Tenphell, Assistant to the Secretary of the Dalai Lama (30.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Press Statement - East Timor (20.11.1998)
  • News Release to Arnold Kohen entitled “Relatives of Murdered British Newsmen Demand Judicial Inquiry” from Hugh Dowson, Development Officer of the United Nations Association Western Region (12.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Bernt Gulbrandsen (19.10.1998) RE: The Humanitarian Program for East-Timor
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Tom Quigley (19.11.1998)
  • Letter to Tom Quigley, International Justice and Peace USCC from Rebecca Asedillo, Peace with Justice Educator (18.11.1998) with a draft letter to The Honorable Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State attached | 3 pp.
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Andrew Miller, St-Martin’s Press (23.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message to Arnold Kohen from Mgr. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (29.08.1998)
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen that includes a passage of text to be inserted into his work (30.10.1998)
  • Fax message to the Letters to the Editor, The Wall Street Journal from Arnold Kohen (22.10.1998)
  • Letter to Most Reverend Hilton Forrest Deakin, Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne from Thomas Quigley, United States Catholic Conference (22.01.1998)
  • Letter to Most Reverend Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo, Bishop of Dili from His Eminence Cardinal Roger Mahony, Archbishop of Los Angeles (14.10.1998)
  • Fax message to Bishops Carlos F.X. Bello from Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick (22.01.1999) Subj.: National Catholic Jubilee Gathering
  • Fax message to Dr. Carlos Gaspar c/o Presidency of the Portuguese Republic from Arnold Kohen (08.09.1998)
  • Fax message to Stanley Roth, Assistant Secretary for Asian Affairs from Jose Ramos Horta (23.03.1998)
  • Email to Gunnar Stalsett from Arnold Kohen (07.07.1998) Subj.: “Bishop Belo’s recent statements" | 2 pp.
  • Email to Gunnar Stalsett from Arnold Kohen “US Senate resolution, etc” (16.07.1998)
  • Fax message to Ms. Cynthia Cannell from Arnold Kohen (20.01.1998)
  • Letter to The Right Reverend Paul Moore Jr. from Walter Mondale (11.03.1998)
  • USCC: International Justice & Peace - East Timor Action Alert (06/1998)
  • USCC Communications: “Press for Human Rights Progress in East Timor, Archbishop Urges”
  • Letter to The Honorable Madeleine K. Albright from Most Reverend Theodore E. McCarrick, Archbishop of Newark (05.06.1998)
  • Fax message for Dr. Geoffrey Hull from Arnold Kohen (14.10.1998)
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Nittaya Thraphouth, OXFAM (13.10.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Jess Agustin, Asia/Pacific Program Officer (15.05.1998) Subj.: East Timor Humanitarian Project
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Bernt Gulbrandsen (04.05.1998)
  • Fax message for Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo from Arnold Kohen (29.04.1998)
  • Fax message to Mr. Bisipu di Tekema from Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo (26.07.1998)
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Steve Alston, Asia - International Division CAFOD (03.07.1998)
  • Handwritten letter to Arnold Kohen from Mgr. Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo (25.02.1998)
  • Minutes of Advisory Board: The Humanitarian Project - Present: Bishop Paul Moore Jr., David Hinkley, Martin Rendon, Arnold Kohen (07.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Sergio Regazzoni (26.01.1998)
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (30.08.1998)
  • Letter to Arnold Kohen from Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (29.08.1998)
  • Fax message to Dr. Geoffrey Hull from Arnold Kohen (13.12.1998)
  • Fax message to Bisipu di Takema from Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (07.01.1998)
  • Fax message to Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo from Arnold Kohen (01.05.1998)
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Pat Smythe (08.12.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “East Timor: New atrocities and an urgent need for world action” by Arnold Kohen (1998) | 6 pp.
  • "News from Bishop Belo” (12/1998)
  • “Bishop Belo Denounces Shootings” (1998)
  • Fax message for Dr. Geir Lundestad, Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute from Arnold Kohen (12.07.1998)
  • Email to Arnold Kohen from Noam Chomsky (10.10.1998)
  • Letter to The Honorary Degree Committee c/o The Secretary, Yale from The Rt. Rev. Paul Moore Jr. (05.12.1998)
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Paul Valentin (27.01.1998) Subj.:; On-going matters Humanitarian Project - Oxfam (28.01.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message to Father Reinaldo Cardoso, Vice President Mr. David Hinkley, Secretary-Treasurer from Arnold Kohen (18.11.1998)
  • Fax message to Bishop Carlos F.X. Belo from Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick (19.11.1998) Subj.: National Catholic Jubilee Gathering

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Various documents 5

Contains various documents such as letters, emails and press releases that were written or published in 1999.

The first three pages of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Various documents 6

Contains various documents such as letters, emails, faxes and press releases that were written or published in 1999.
The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Various documents 7

Contains various documents such as letters, emails and press releases that were written or published in 1999.
The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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1977 Newspaper articles

Newspaper articles that were published in 1977.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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1978 Newspaper articles (Part 1)

This item contains:

  • American aid to Indonesia ignores Human Rights abuses (01.01.1978) St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Guerillas in Timor still fight in Indonesia (19.04.1978) The New York Times
  • 29 000 Indonesians, held as Reads, are being freed after testing (26.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Mondale lauds Indonesia for freeing prisoners (07.05.1978) The New York Times
  • Freed Indonesian prisoners goes home to find his wife remarried, no job (1978)
  • California’s Family Affair (19.05.1978) Seven Days | 2 pp.
  • The sun keeps trying to set on a colonial Past (03.08.1980) The New York Times
  • US forges new links with South-east Asian states (04.08.1978) The Guardian
  • Rights in Indonesia (5-6.08.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • Indonesia: developing a feeling of unity (04.08.1978) Far Eastern Economic Review | 2 pp.
  • U.S. Human-Rights Laws: trade barrier (13.08.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • ’60 000 died in Timor invasion’ (20.08.1978) The Sunday Times
  • E. Timor trying to cope with 125 000 refugees (12.09.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • Haven of bamboo and thatch (13.09.1978) The Age
  • East Timor: Beyond the Fighting (26.09.1978) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • Indonesia: Timor’s arithmetic of despair (29.09.1978) Far Eastern Economic Review | 3 pp.
  • E. Timor emerges from War, Isolation (27.09.1978) Los Angeles Times | 2 pp.
  • Collapse forecast for the revolt of East Timor (18.10.1978) San Francisco Chronicle
  • East Timor’s travail (09/1978) Atlas World Press Review
  • Chomsky accuses U.S. on East Timor conflict (02.12.1978) The New York Times
  • All the News that fits (25.12.1978) The Village Voice
  • Mary McGrory: Spies who leave your illusions out in the cold (1978)
  • The Bronco workhorse: ask Timor about it (1978) a flyer
  • Australian aid for starving Timor (02.11.1979) Financial Times
  • 30 000 deaths (14.09.1978) The Guardian
  • East Timor fight against Indonesia a ‘hopeless cause’ (05.10.1978) The Times
  • Misery in Remexico (13.09.1978) San Francisco Chronicle
  • A better class of thumbscrew (15.05.1978) The Village Voice
  • CIA said to aid Indonesia units in East Timor (20.06.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • East Timor guerrilla group ‘faces collapse’ (25.09.1978) The Guardian
  • The Big Test (08.05.1978) The Village Voice
  • Mondale is a nonexpert who matters (14.05.1978) Week in Review
  • Indonesia: W.S. Rendra (28.08.1978) The Times
  • Island diplomacy (03.09.1978) Sunday Times
  • East Timor protest (29.04.1978)

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1978 Newspaper Packets (Part 2)

Newspaper packet that contains various newspaper articles published in 1978.

This item contains:

  • A better class of thumbscrew (15.05.1978) The Village Voice
  • 29 000 Indonesians, held as Reds, are being freed after testing (26.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Mondale lands Indonesia- for freeing prisoners (07.05.1978) The New York Times
  • Freed Indonesian prisoner goes home to find his wife remarried (1978) The Wall Street Journal
  • Mondale Trip: Reassurance for Asian Allies (1978) The New York Times
  • Mondale outlines a ‘new agenda’ for U.S. in Pacific (31.05.1978) The New York Times
  • Indonesia is keeping a tight rein on press (23.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Indonesia’s leader names new cabinet (15.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Key Indonesian sees peril from Islam Extremists (18.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Suharto does it his way, again (26.03.1978) The New York Times
  • Indonesia trying to restore its relations with China (04/1978) The New York Times
  • Ethnic diversity poses challenge for Old Indonesia (11.04.1978) The New York Times | 2 pp.
  • Indonesia’s student protestors emphasize their loyalty (04/1978) The New York Times | 2 pp.
  • Indonesia’s oil fails to wash away the blight of poverty (27.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Carter turns to Asia (30.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Indonesia nickel project reflects 2 worlds (14.04.1978) The New York Times | 2 pp.

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Newspaper Packets

This item includes:
Press Clippings:
President Suharto’s State Visit to Britain (13-16 November, 1979) 20 pp.

  • Indonesia: propped up by Western arms (19.10.1979) Tribune
  • Building the progressive fight-back (05.11.1979) Morning Star
  • Thousands dead in East Timor after famine sparked by war (02.11.1979) Guardian
  • Asia’s other genocide (05.11.1979) Guardian
  • Last man out (05.11.1979) Guardian
  • Why Britain shares the blame in East Timor (06.11.1979) Guardian
  • A butcher arrives (09.11.1979) New Statesman
  • Indonesia: Britain supports terror regime of Suharto (09.11.1979) Tribune
  • Remember East Timor (12.11.1979) Morning Star
  • Starvation drive against Timor (12.11.1979) The Guardian
  • The West’s last real chance in Asia (09.11.1979) The Guardian
  • Suharto visit opens way for defence contracts (14.11.1979) The Times
  • Royal welcome for butcher of Indonesia (13.11.1979) The News Line
  • Protests as Royals welcome Suharto (14.11.1979) The News Line
  • Masked picket for President (15.11.1979) The Daily Telegraph
  • Pickets out for Suharto (11/1979) Times
  • Politicians protest at Suharto state visit (15.11.1979) The Times
  • Suharto greeted by protest wave (16.11.1979) Labour Weekly World Report
  • Indonesia: Suharto gets ‘mass murderer’ welcome (23.11.1979) Tribune
  • Priest tells of oppression in East Timor (20.08.1979) Guardian

News Packet 2: (3 pp.)

  • Morale, funding woes hit Catholic Relief (28.09.1979) National Catholic Reporter | 3 pp.

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Newspaper Packets

Seven newspaper packets distributed as one. Includes newspaper clippings from various Australian newspaper about East Timor during 1982.

The first page of the document details every clipping in each packet.

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Newspaper clippings

Various newspaper clippings from 1988 about East Timor and Indonesia.

An item list is attached to the first page of the document.

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Newspaper Packets

Newspackets released in 1990.

This item includes:
News Packet 1: (2 pp.)

  • Timor ganha apoios nos EUA (1990) [In Portuguese]
  • Timor recebe apoio nos EUA da Camara dos Representantes (1990) Diario de Noticias [In Portuguese}

News Packet 2: (3 pp.)

  • US politicians protest over abuses in E Timor (20.11.1990) Melbourne (Australia)
  • U.S. lawmakers hit abuses in East Timor (20.11.1990) The Japan Times
  • Lawmakers voice concern on Timor (19.11.1990) Boston Globe

News Packet 3: (8 pp.)

  • East Timor: the shame endures (01.12.1990) The New York Times
  • Indonesia’s bloody repression which the world ignores (13.11.1990)
  • La guerre psychologique prend le relais de la guérilla au Timor-Oriental (01.11.1990) Le Monde [in French]
  • Time heals few wounds in East Timor (07.11.1990) Financial Times
  • East Timor, reopened by Indonesians, remains a sad and terrifying place (31.10.1990) The New York Times
  • A photo of the Annur Mosque in Dili, East Timor (1990) The New York Times
  • Militants arrested: front is weakened (1990)

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1995 News Articles

This item includes:

  • Q & A: East Timor’s Peace Proposals (20.02.1995) Herald International Tribune
  • Concern Expressed over East Timor Deaths (22.02.1995) Osseratore Romano
  • Pope John Paul II: The Biography by Tad Szulc (1995) | 2 pp.
  • Compromising human rights (08.04.1995) The Boston Globe
  • Persistent Thorn in the Flesh (29.03.1995) The Financial Times | 2 pp.
  • Buried alive: East Timor’s Tragic Oppression (10.12.1995) Boston Sunday Globe

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News Articles 2

This item includes:

  • The Tablet - “Peace Prize with a purpose” & “East Timor’s Bishop of Peace” (19.10.1996) | 4 pp.

  • RTE Guide - “A Voice for Timor” (01.11.1996) | 2 pp.

  • The Nation - “The Secret Life of Henry Kissinger” (29.10.1996) | 4 pp.

  • News Pack 1:

    • No ‘Errant’ Nobel Prize (06.11.1996) The Washington Post
    • An Errant Nobel Peace Prize (29.10.1996) The Washington Post
    • A Hoping-for-Peace Prize… (14.10.1996) The Washington Post
    • Nobel Spotlight on a Remote Conflict (14.10.1996) Los Angeles Time
    • The Way to Right the Wrong in East Timor at Last (11.10.1996) International Herald Tribune
    • East Timor: To Peaceful Self-Determination in Three Stages (16.10.1996) International Herald Tribune
    • A needed focus on Indonesia (15.10.1996) Chicago Tribune
    • An apt peace prize (13.10.1996) The Philadelphia Inquirer
    • A Nobel for freedom in East Timor (12.10.1996) The Boston Globe
    • East Timor: Our Father (October 19th - 25th 1996) The Economist
    • Nobel Sentiments: Peace, politics, prizes— and Indonesia (24.10.1996)
    • For years of Oppression, Timor takes the Prize (14.10.1996) Newsday
    • A ‘Pebble’ then, a Peace Prize now (21.10.1996) U.S. News & World Report
    • Indonesian Magnate and Clinton Talked Policy, White House says (05.11.1996) The New York Times
    • Indonesian Talked Policy with Clinton (05.11.1996) The New York Times
  • News Pack 2:

    • Indonesian Gift points up what some call a loophole (16.10.1996) The Washington Post | 2 pp.
    • Dole questions the ethics of Clinton Administration (16.10.1996) The Wall Street Journal
    • Clinton aided Indonesia Regime (16.10.1996) Los Angeles Times | 4 pp.
    • Foreigners’ contributions spur queries (16.10.1996) Washington Times
    • Officials downplay influence of gifts on Indonesian policy (18.10.1996) The Journal of Commerce: World Trade
    • ‘Green’ group says airports big polluters (18.10.1996) The Journal of Commerce
    • Air Pollution (18.10.1996) USA Today
    • McDonnell Douglas reports earnings are up by 1.6% (18.10.1996) The New York Times | 3 pp.

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Online Publications 3

This item includes newspaper articles published online.

It includes:

  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Gusmao says East timor not ready for independence” (26.12.1998)
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “East Timor bishop reluctant to meet Indonesian president” (27.12.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Nobel winner says Timorese unite against Indonesia” by David Brough (29.04.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Agence France Presse (Dili): “Four youths shot dead in East Timor” (03.05.1998)
  • “Amien Rais accepts referendum in East Timor” (13.05.1998)
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Over 200 die in Indonesia rioting” by Kevin Costelloe (15.05.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Brussels): “EU urges glasnost for Indonesia, welcomes poll” (25.05.1998)
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Indonesia mulls fresh look at East Timor” (25.05.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesia frees 2 prisoners” by Christopher Torchia (25.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “East Timor: Germany’s Foreign Minister appeals for human rights respect in East Timor” (03.03.1998)
  • Kyodo News Service (Jakarta): “Nobel laureate urges Suharto to solve E. Timor issue” (18.03.1998) | 2 pp.
  • South China Morning Post: “Famine warning in Timor villages” by Jenny Grant (27.03.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Timor rebels name successor after leader’s death” by Jim Della-Giacoma (31.03.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Suharto enjoyed U.S. support to end” by Barry Schweid (25.05.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Timorese closer to freedom, Portugal says” by David Brough (21.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “East Timor: Timorese Bishop says people dying of malaria and hunger” (14.04.1998)
  • The Associated Press (Dili): “Mediator seeks peace for East Timor” by Irwan Firadus (18.07.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Portugal hopes for ’step-by-step’ Timor approach” by Richard Waddington (22.07.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “U.N. would like Indonesia E. Timor troop withdrawal” by Ian MacKenzie (22.07.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “European envoys urge dialogue, troop cuts in Timor” by Richard Waddington (23.07.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesia reducing East Timor force” by Geoff Spencer (25.07.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “East Timor: Bishop D. Ximenes Belo rejects violence even for fair ends” (11.02.1998)
  • “East Timor: Bishop D. Ximenes Belo understands resort to armed fighting for defence” (12.02.1998)
  • “East Timor: Vatican to create third diocese in East Timor” (19.02.1998)
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Indonesia denies mass starvation in East Timor” (08.04.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (London): “Portugal to give $4 million to NGOs in East Timor” by David Ljunggren (04.04.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Indonesia says no need for Portuguese aid” (13.04.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Vatican City): “Asia is main challenge for Vatican” by Frances D’Emilio (18.04.1998)| 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Portuguese hail communist writer’s Nobel prize” by Richard Waddington (08.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Rio de Janeiro): “Brazil thrilled that Portuguese writer wins Nobel” by Tracey Ober (10.08.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Kyodo (Jakarta): “U.S. Congressman meets E. Timor resistance leader” (27.05.1998)
  • Reuters (Adelaide): “Australia-Timor drought: Noble Laureate warns on East Timor drought (24.01.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Washington): “Critics assail U.S. over land mines” by Laura Myers (27.02.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Oslo): “Nobel landmine laureate to quit, keep award money” by Torbjoern Pedersen (09.02.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Washington): “Nobel Laureate loses job” by Donna Abu-Nasr (13.02.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Frankfurt): “Anti-landmine Nobel laureate vows to fight on” by Andrew Marshall (20.02.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “East Timor: Timorese Bishops met Indonesia’s President Suharto” (23.02.1998)
  • “East Timor: Vatican to create third in East Timor” (19.02.1998)
  • Agence France Presse (Jakarta): “Bishop wins pledge of gradual troop withdrawal from East Timor.” (24.06.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Indonesia): “Indonesia names new services chiefs.” (24.06.1998)
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Military chief of Indonesian capital replaced.” (25.06.1998)

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Support the Cornell-Ithaca ET defense Committee

Support the Cornell-Ithaca East Timor Defense Committee was a newsletter published by Cornell and Ithaca to bring awareness to what was happening in East Timor in 1976.

It contains:

  • East Timor: a war-by-proxy for 1976
  • Kissinger
  • Fretilin
  • Napalm
  • Bio-Bombs
  • Aid cut-off
  • What can be done?

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Asian Survey

The Asian Survey published "The Indonesian takeover of East Timor" by Robert Lawless, a professor at The University of Florida.

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