NAGs

Revolutionary Front for an Independent East Timor (Fretilin)


Year Formed: 1975
Year Terminated: 1998

Target States:
Indonesia

Ideational Characteristics:
Ethno-nationalist

Objectives:
Demands for Autonomy

External Supporters:

Australia

Narrative Summary:

NAG Support Dataset Code: 130

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1132

References:

Kroger, Grove. "Voters in East Timor Vote for Independence". Salem Press Encyclopedia, January, 2015. 3p. Research Starters. Web.

Sweeney, J.K. "East Timor Declares Independence but is Annexed by Indonesia". Salem Press Encyclopedia, January, 2015. 4p. Research Starters. Web.

Christie, Kenneth, and Denny Roy. The Politics of Human Rights in East Asia. London: Pluto, 2001. Print.

DeFronzo, James. "Revolutionary Movements in World History: From 1750 to Present". 2006. 239. 

Jardine, Matthew. Forgotten Genocide. Dec. 1992. 12th ed. Vol. 56. Print.

Pilger, John. "The Long Journey of Jose Ramos Horta." New Statesman & Society 8.337 (1995).Academic Search Complete. Web. 31 July 2015.

-"Battle for the truth". New Internationalist. Dec. 2005. Issue 385, 12-14. 

-"Asia: On the road to independence; East Timor's election". The Economist. 1 Sep. 2001. 53. Print.

-"After the vote, the constitution; East Timor". The Economist. 15 Sep. 2001. 37-38. Print.