This item includes four different bulletins published about East Timor. It includes:
A bulletin of the National East Timor Winter Mobilization with the title being: “East Timor fights on.” The articles within the bulletin are entitled, “The rape of East Timor,” “How your taxes help the generals,” Faking Timor’s ‘Free choice’” “Why Fretilin will win,” “Timor’s women fight invaders,” “Peacock’s double-talk on Timor aid” and the last page discusses how to reach out and learn more. July 15-17. | 4 pages.
A publication created for the East Timor Moratorium from March 18-20th. The title of the document is: “Timor— dying for its freedom.” The articles within are entitled, “What will you do?” “The Generals have trodden on a scorpion,” “What is Fretilin?” “How Fraser & Peacock help Jakarta’s genocide,” and the last page details the Moratorium and how you can help East Timor. | 4 pages.
A publication created by the Campaign for an Independent East Timor entitled, “East Timor, Mini Vietnam?” The articles within the publication are entitled, “Stop Indonesian Invasion of East Timor,” “Independence or Invasion,” “The Facts on East Timor,” “Independent East Timor Campaign,” “$5000 East Timor — solidarity appeal” and “Appeal and donation form” | 4 pages.
A Bulletin created in The Netherlands about East Timor in Dutch. | 2 pages
This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP). Titled, Visit of Canadian Embassy Representatives to East Timor, it presents the observations of Mr. Kirby, Counsellor/Consul of the Embassy, from his visit to East Timor from December 19-28, 1989. After describing the elements of Mr. Kirby’s visit, the document then details the East Timor’s political situation. It focus is specifically on political changes made since the December, 1988 presidential decree providing East Timor equal status with the other Indonesian provinces. The document discusses detainments of Timorese demonstrators and a reorganisation of the local military command structure. The security situation is then described as is Mr. Kirby’s visit to Becora jail in Dili. Finally, the province’s economic situation and respect for human rights are discussed. Mr. Kirby explains that the general human rights situation seemed to be improved over years past.
Interview in the Washington Journalism Review called "the New Foreign Correspondence". The WJR was interviewing Walter Pincus, Stanley Karnow, Constantine Menges, Ray White, Richard Valeriani and Barry Rubin.
Item is a publication produced by the Asian Center with Noam Chomsky in 1980. It features an editorial-style article written by Chomsky, entitled "Why should we devote attention to East Timor, a small and remote place that most Americans have never even heard of?"