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Khmer Rouge Tribunal Upholds Genocide Conviction
September 22, 2022

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?
September 21, 2022

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.
Craig Etcheson on the Legacies of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
December 14, 2021

Craig Etcheson on the Legacies of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

By Sebastian Strangio
"The question of how to stabilize and rebuild a society that had been at war with itself for thirty years is extraordinarily complex and delicate."

The Last Stand by Pol Pot’s Last Man
August 19, 2021

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
August 18, 2021

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.

The Last Hearing of a Khmer Rouge Leader
August 17, 2021

The Last Hearing of a Khmer Rouge Leader

By Youk Chhang
The impending closure of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal must be recognized as the beginning of a new chapter in Cambodia’s search for justice.

After 15 Years, Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal Nears Its End
August 06, 2021

After 15 Years, Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal Nears Its End

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Helen Jarvis, a genocide scholar and tribunal stalwart.
Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge: Between Justice and Memory
July 30, 2019

Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge: Between Justice and Memory

By Luke Hunt
While justice remains elusive, efforts to document what occurred during the period offer more encouragement.  

Does Nuon Chea Still Have No Regrets?
December 18, 2018

Does Nuon Chea Still Have No Regrets?

By Shelly Culbertson
In 1992, the Khmer Rouge leader insisted he had no regrets about the past.

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Era in the Spotlight with Guilty Verdicts
November 21, 2018

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Era in the Spotlight with Guilty Verdicts

By Luke Hunt
Despite two sentencings, questions on the quest for justice remain.

The Khmer Rouge Trials: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
November 14, 2018

The Khmer Rouge Trials: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By Peter Maguire
As the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia prepares its final verdict, a look back at its legacy.
Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Mission Accomplished?
July 17, 2017

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Mission Accomplished?

By Tom Fawthrop
It took 30 years of struggle to make the tribunal happen. Now a new battle begins to fairly judge its legacy.

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