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Locking Horns With the Khmer Rouge

Locking Horns With the Khmer Rouge

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with tribunal witness Rob Hamill.
Rebuilding Cambodia and Leaving

Rebuilding Cambodia and Leaving

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Margaret Bywater.

Cambodia Needs to Move Past the Narrative of ‘National Salvation’

Cambodia Needs to Move Past the Narrative of ‘National Salvation’

By David Hutt
For decades, politicians on all sides of the political spectrum have framed the country's choice as one between salvation and extinction.

Khmer Rouge Tribunal Upholds Genocide Conviction

Khmer Rouge Tribunal Upholds Genocide Conviction

By Luke Hunt
The ECCC delivers its final verdict with closure on the horizon.

Justice at Last for Cambodia’s Killing Fields?

Justice at Last for Cambodia’s Killing Fields?

By Alex Hinton
After $350 million, long delays, and just three convictions, many people have asked whether the tribunal was worth the expense and effort.
Why the Paris Peace Agreements Deserve a Place in Cambodia’s National Calendar

Why the Paris Peace Agreements Deserve a Place in Cambodia’s National Calendar

By Courtney Weatherby and William M. Wise
The landmark accords played an important role in enabling an end to decades of conflict.

Surviving Saigon in 1945 and a Dog Named Mephisto

Surviving Saigon in 1945 and a Dog Named Mephisto

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with author Thierry de Roland Peel.
Cambodia’s History, Viewed Through Sihanoukville

Cambodia’s History, Viewed Through Sihanoukville

By Youk Chhang
Youk Chhang recalls visits to the seaside town during several key points in Cambodia’s history.

Why Cambodia’s Military History Is So Important for National Security

Why Cambodia’s Military History Is So Important for National Security

By Youk Chhang
Cambodia’s military history is full of lessons on how (and when) to exercise restraint, patience, and boldness in defending national security.

Afghanistan: Lessons From Cambodia

Afghanistan: Lessons From Cambodia

By Youk Chhang
There have been many references to the U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam as an important historical analogy for today’s Afghanistan. A better analogy is Cambodia.

The Last Stand by Pol Pot’s Last Man

The Last Stand by Pol Pot’s Last Man

By Luke Hunt
"No what matter what you decide I will die in prison… that’s the end," Khieu Samphan told the court.
Defense: Former Khmer Rouge Official Not Guilty of Genocide

Defense: Former Khmer Rouge Official Not Guilty of Genocide

By Sopheng Cheang and David Rising
Khieu Samphan's lawyers have called for judges to dismiss the genocide conviction handed down against him in 2018.

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