East Timor

Daniel talks with Jay Solomon, Wall Street Journal reporter based in Jakarta, about the role coffee has played in the conflict in East Timor. The Indonesian military has used profits from the coffee crops to fund their brutal regime in East Timor as well as terrorizing the farmers to keep them from voting for independence from Indonesia.

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