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Acronyms/Glossary; Prologue to Papua; 1 Morning Star rising? 2 Congress Papua 2000 and 'Independence'; 3 Autonomy, federalism or the unthinkable for Papua? 4 The TNI in business, politics and repression; 5 The TNI and Papua; 6 Australia, Indonesia and West Papua; 7 The global struggle over Papua; Notes, Bibliography, Index
The book places the Papuan struggle in a context of failing reform within Indonesia and a politically reviving military: the feared and loathed TNI. King argues that international intervention to resolve Papua's plight is essential: Australia, the US and other countries must act in concert through the UN.
Peter King is convener of the West Papua Project within University of Sydney's Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS), of which he was the Foundation President in the late 1980s. In preparing this book, he travelled extensively throughout West Papua and Indonesia. King has held professorial appointments at the University of Papua New Guinea, the University of Wollongong and in Japan at the University of Tokyo and Kagoshima University. He has had a longstanding interest in the politics of ethnic conflict and its resolution, and his previous books include Australia's Vietnam, Ethnicity and Conflict in a Post Communist World and Pangu Returns to Power.