[TimorLesteStudies] Ethnicity, Violence & Land & Property Disputes in Timor-Leste

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Title: Ethnicity, Violence and Land and Property Disputes in Timor-Leste 
Author: Andrew Harrington B.A (Hon.), LL.B / M.A. International Affairs Norman Paterson School of International Affairs & Faculty of Common Law, University of Ottawa Joint Candidate
Citation: 2007 ETLJ 2
Address: http://www.eastimorlawjournal.org/ARTICLES/2007etlj21EthnicityViolenceLandandPropertyDisputesinTimor-LesteAndrewHarrington.htmlExtract: "This paper aims to combine streams of research, recent reports, and first hand knowledge gained from personal experience in Timor-Leste to produce a tentative explanation of root causes for recent violence in Timor-Leste. It uses a framework based on conflict theory and horizontal inequality. The paper is intended to point the way for further research and to help inform policy choices regarding the country and is in no way intended to present a complete explanation for the recent crisis. It should be read with a view that it is only one piece in the explanation puzzle rather than a singular explanatory piece."Publisher: East Timor Law JournalCONFIDENTIALITY NOTICEThis email message and any attachments are for the exclusive use of the intended recipient's and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any unauthorized 
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