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The Sustainable City V
East Timor is heavily reliant upon royalty and taxation revenues from petroleum and natural gas resources. Poor management of natural resources revenue has given ground for the nation to fall victim to the 'resource curse'. This paper provides an overview of the country's recent history whilst characterising its energy resources availability and case-studying a stressing and omnipresent urban problem: the persistence of internal displaced people (idps) living in refugee camps within Dilidoi:10.2495/sc080471 fatcat:2cpusoi2lbe73d4rsnr35o2f4e