On November 29, IPSI/GCH nonresident fellow Parker Novak published a piece via the Lowy Institute, titled “Timor-Leste’s uncertain future.” He wrote that “Timor-Leste has accomplished a great deal over the past two decades but faces headwinds that, if left unaddressed, could undo much of what it has achieved.”

On November 30, Novak also published an article titled “Timor-Leste faces uncertainty in every direction” in the Jakarta Post. In his piece, he explained that despite its status as “one of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant and resilient democracies,” Timor-Leste currently faces a number of serious economic, environmental, geopolitical, transnational, and domestic political challenges.

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