December 4, 2013Doug Hadden
Did the Government of Australia spy on the Government of Timor-Leste in order to get a better deal in negotiations over oil rights in the Timor Sea? Recent actions by the Australian government seems to point to guilt. And, the use of opaque but “legal” methods of preventing evidence from being heard. It’s not a good transparency or governance lesson for the region.
I’ve been keeping up with the developments:
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