Ten years after independence, 2012 proved a critical year for Timor-Leste, with three rounds of national elections, and the formation of a new government to take the country beyond the 13-year era of international peacekeeping. As the year closed, both the United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste and the Australian military-led International Stabilization Force formally concluded operations.

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