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For a book less than 120 pages in length, The Road feels heavy in your hands. John Martinkus has produced a forensic account of the struggle for independence in West Papua, skilfully laying bare the human rights atrocities occurring on Australia’s doorstep. Many go unreported and remain unknown by many Australians, at a time when the independence movement has reignited and a battle is on for the United Nations to oversee a referendum for West Papua.

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