Australia and the East Timor Crisis of 1999

Author(s): Connery, D
Date of publication: 2010
Publication type: Research

East Timor’s violent transition to independence, which began early in 1999, presented the Australian Government with a significant foreign policy crisis. This crisis was not sudden, totally unexpected or ultimately threatening to Australia’s survival. But the crisis consumed the attention of...

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Enemies of the State: Proscription Powers and Their Use in the U.K.

Author(s): Legrand, T. Jarvis, L.
Date of publication:
Publication type: Research

This article assesses the use of proscription powers as a tool for countering terrorism, using the United Kingdom as a case study. The article begins with a brief overview of the United Kingdom’s current proscription regime. It then situates this in historical context, noting the significant recent...

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