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Youk Chhang: A Cambodian National Treasure
April 27, 2017
Youk Chhang: A Cambodian National Treasure
Leading by example, he taught a nation how to forgive without forgetting
Youk Chhang: A Cambodian National Treasure
What Can Myanmar Learn From Cambodia's Peace Process?
March 31, 2017
What Can Myanmar Learn From Cambodia's Peace Process?
Lessons from Hun Sen’s "win-win" policy.
What Can Myanmar Learn From Cambodia's Peace Process?
Buyer Beware: US Market for Ancient Asian Art Still the Wild, Wild East
March 14, 2017
Buyer Beware: US Market for Ancient Asian Art Still the Wild, Wild East
Cultural treasures stolen from conflict zones continue to pop up for sale in the United States and elsewhere.
Buyer Beware: US Market for Ancient Asian Art Still the Wild, Wild East
Hollywood Comes to Cambodia
March 06, 2017
Hollywood Comes to Cambodia
Angelina Jolie and Netflix bring the story of the Khmer Rouge back to Cambodia and let Cambodians tell it.
Hollywood Comes to Cambodia
Cambodia: UN Tribunal Rejects Appeal of Ex-Khmer Rouge Leaders
November 24, 2016
Cambodia: UN Tribunal Rejects Appeal of Ex-Khmer Rouge Leaders
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan will spend the rest of their lives behind bars.
Cambodia: UN Tribunal Rejects Appeal of Ex-Khmer Rouge Leaders
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
August 03, 2016
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
The Diplomat spoke with art restorer Borany Mam about the efforts to restore Cambodia’s endangered canvases.
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
A Friend of the Dead: Finding Justice in Cambodia
July 01, 2016
A Friend of the Dead: Finding Justice in Cambodia
Luke Hunt speaks with academic Craig Etcheson, who played a key role in the establishment of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
A Friend of the Dead: Finding Justice in Cambodia
Domestic Violence in Cambodia
April 15, 2016
Domestic Violence in Cambodia
The country struggles with high rates of gender violence. Activists are turning to technology to help.
Domestic Violence in Cambodia
Sexual Violation Under Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge
March 19, 2016
Sexual Violation Under Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge
New evidence confirms a brutal legacy of forced marriages and state-sponsored rape.
Sexual Violation Under Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge
1975: The Start and End of Conflict in Southeast Asia
December 01, 2015
1975: The Start and End of Conflict in Southeast Asia
1975 means more to the region than just the end of the Vietnam War.
1975: The Start and End of Conflict in Southeast Asia
Pol Pot's Surviving Lieutenants Held to Account
October 08, 2015
Pol Pot's Surviving Lieutenants Held to Account
The Diplomat chats with senior figures from the Khmer Rouge tribunal in Cambodia.
Pol Pot's Surviving Lieutenants Held to Account
Evidence Mounts Over Khmer Rouge Genocide of Muslims and Vietnamese
September 19, 2015
Evidence Mounts Over Khmer Rouge Genocide of Muslims and Vietnamese
Chilling witness testimonies are heard in an ongoing trial.
Evidence Mounts Over Khmer Rouge Genocide of Muslims and Vietnamese
Resignation Casts Further Doubts Over Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia
July 09, 2015
Resignation Casts Further Doubts Over Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia
What is the future of the United Nations-backed war crimes court?
Resignation Casts Further Doubts Over Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
April 23, 2015
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
China marks an important occasion in Cambodia, without mentioning the occasion.
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
Found Cambodia: Pictures of the Past
April 17, 2015
Found Cambodia: Pictures of the Past
One family photograph at a time, Charles Fox is preserving Cambodia's history.
Found Cambodia: Pictures of the Past
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