ZEESM: Destructive 'Development' in Timor's Special Economic Zone
This paper is based on ethnographic fieldwork undertaken between July 2014 and May 2015. During this time I lived in an area affected by the project and participated in the day-today lives of the district’s farmers and fisherfolk. I aim to convey how ZEESM is being experienced by Oecussi’s agrarian majority, a perspective largely invisible to outsiders.
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