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100 1  Saltford, John 
245 14 The United Nations and the Indonesian Takeover of West 
       Papua, 1962-1969 :|bThe Anatomy of Betrayal 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2003 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (255 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- The United Nations and the Indonesian Takeover of
       West Papua, 1962-1969 -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Key individuals -
       - Abbreviations -- Chronology, 1945-1969 -- Map of West 
       New Guinea during the 1960s -- Introduction -- 1 
       Background, 1949-1962 -- The 1950s -- Moves towards Papuan
       self-rule -- The Luns Plan -- Dutch/Indonesian talks and 
       US pressure -- Summary -- 2 Preparations for UNTEA, 15 
       August to 1 October 1962 -- The end of US interest and the
       search for a UN security force -- Ceasefire -- Indonesian 
       suspicion of the Netherlands -- Papuan reaction -- The 
       West Papuan flag -- Indonesian troops -- Problems in 
       recruiting UNTEA staff -- Australian reaction -- UN 
       General Assembly debate, September 1962 -- 3 UNTEA 1962 --
       The first weeks of UNTEA -- Indonesia's campaign against 
       UNTEA and Papuan self-determination -- UNTEA Divisional 
       Commissioners' attitudes towards the Indonesian campaign -
       - 1 December Papuan march banned by UNTEA -- Increased 
       tension and outbreaks of violence -- Summary -- 4 UNTEA 
       1963 -- The New Year and the issue of flags -- Pro-
       Indonesian demonstrations -- Attacks on Papuan 
       nationalists and pressure on the Papuan police -- 
       Indonesian acceptance of the 1 May handover date -- 
       Narasimhan's February visit to WNG -- The Papuan Volunteer
       Corps (PVK) mutiny -- The final period of UNTEA and 
       international opinion -- International reaction to the 1 
       May handover -- Conclusions -- 5 The first years of 
       Indonesian rule, 1963-1967 -- Indonesian rule begins. 
       Article XVI ignored -- Conditions in the territory. Armed 
       rebellion begins -- UN reaction -- Dutch reaction -- 
       British reaction -- Australian reaction -- Suharto comes 
       to power -- 6 West Irian 1968: part 1 -- The economic, 
       political and security situation -- No mention of a 
       plebiscite -- International attitudes 
505 8  Hastings' articles in The Australian -- Ortiz Sanz and 
       General Sarwo Edhie Wibowo -- Internal pressures on 
       Suharto and Third World attitudes towards West Irian -- 7 
       West Irian 1968: part 2 -- Ortiz Sanz's arrival and first 
       tour of West Irian -- Papuan opinion and eyewitness 
       accounts -- UN staffing -- Ortiz Sanz's suggestions for 
       the Act of Free Choice -- Political freedoms and human 
       rights -- Continuing security problems -- Ortiz Sanz's 
       second tour of West Irian -- Conclusions on 1968 -- 8 
       January to May 1969 -- UN/Indonesian talks continue: 
       Jakarta rejects the ''Mixed method'' -- Papuan petitions -
       - TPNG, Australian and Dutch reactions -- Papuan 
       acceptance and dissent, and UN concerns -- Rebellion -- 9 
       May to July 1969 -- Indonesian/UN discussions on rights, 
       freedoms and preparations for Assembly member elections --
       Elections for the Assemblies and UN protests -- Agreement 
       to hold fresh elections -- UN and Dutch cooperation with 
       Indonesia -- ''OPM plot'' against Ortiz Sanz and final 
       Indonesian/UN discussions on the ''Act'' -- More rebellion,
       political prisoners and Australian cooperation with 
       Indonesia -- 10 The Act of Free Choice and its aftermath -
       - Final Indonesian preparations for the ''Act'' -- The Act
       of Free Choice, 14 July to 2 August 1969 -- Aftermath -- 
       The report of the Secretary-General and the UNGA debate, 
       November 1969 -- 11 Conclusions -- Some arguments for and 
       against Papuan self-determination -- Implementation of the
       New York Agreement -- The UN and the ''Act'' -- Notes -- 
       Bibliography -- Index 
520    This book examines the role of the international community
       in the handover of the Dutch colony of West Papua/Irian 
       Jaya to Indonesia in the 1960s and questions whether or 
       not the West Papuan people ever genuinely exercised the 
       right to self-determination guaranteed to them in the UN-
       brokered Dutch/Indonesian agreement of 1962. Indonesian, 
       Dutch, US, Soviet, Australian and British involvement is 
       discussed, but particular emphasis is given to the central
       part played by the United Nations in the implementation of
       this agreement. As guarantor, the UN temporarily took over
       the territory's administration from the Dutch before 
       transferring control to Indonesia in 1963. After five 
       years of Indonesian rule, a UN team returned to West Papua
       to monitor and endorse a controversial act of self-
       determination that resulted in a unanimous vote by 1022 
       Papuan 'representatives' to reject independence. Despite 
       this, the issue is still very much alive today as a crisis
       -hit Indonesia faces continued armed rebellion and growing
       calls for freedom in West Papua 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 United Nations -- Indonesia -- Papua.;Papua (Indonesia) --
       Politics and government 
655  4 Electronic books 
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       the Indonesian Takeover of West Papua, 1962-1969 : The 
       Anatomy of Betrayal|dAbingdon, Oxon : Taylor & Francis 
       Group,c2003|z9780700717514 
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