Item 2 - Towards a Peaceful Solution in East Timor

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Towards a Peaceful Solution in East Timor


  • 1996 (Creation)

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ETRA was based in Sydney, Australia. Key figures: Agio Pereira, Ines Almeida. Published Matebian News.

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CNRM was formed in 1987 as an umbrella independence movement to unite previous dispartate groups. For details see the CNRM self-description at


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Item is a transcript of the Chatham House Address to the Royal Institute of International Affairs given in London on April 23, 1996 by Jose Ramos Horta, published by the East Timor Relief Agency.


  • About the Author
  • About CNRM (the National Council of the Maubere Resistance)
  • About ETRA (East Timor Relief Association)
  • Foreword by James Dunn
  • Introduction by Keith Suter
  • East Timor: The Struggle for Self-Determination and Its Future in Southeast Asia (Chatham House Address to the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, 23 April, 1996)
  • A Road to Peace in East Timor: Parallels with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (Article published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 25 January, 1996)
  • The CNRM Peace Initiative and the Israeli-Palestinian agreement on self-government (A paper written for the Peacemaking Initiatives for East Timor conference held at the Australian National University on 10-12 July, 1995)
  • The Peace Plan for East Timor (Address to the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Bangkok on 19th November, 1993)
  • Appendix: CNRM Representatives and Contacts


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  • English

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  • Latin

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Originals found at Bishop's University.

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