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A Not so distant Horror by Joseph Nevins

A Not so distant Horror

Description : In his view, much if not all of the horror that plagued East Timor in 1999 and in the 24 preceding years could have been avoided had countries like Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and especially the United States, not provided Indonesia with valuable political, economic, and military assistance, as well as diplomatic cover.

Subtitle : Mass Violence in East Timor

Authors : Joseph Nevins

Published Date : 2005

Publisher : Cornell University Press

ISBN : 0801443067

Page : 273 Pages

Categories : History

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