Dancing with the Devil: A Personal Account of Policing the East Timor Vote for Independence

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Monash Asia Institute, 2002 - History - 366 pages
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Dancing with the Devil is a UN police officer's memoir of the independence ballot in East Timor. With compassion and humor, David Savage tells the simple truth about the horrific events he witnessed, and the triumph of a quiet, resilient people. This reprint is a compelling story, and is the basis of the upcoming mini-series, Answered by Fire, by the Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Canadian Broadcasting Commission.

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