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World in Crisis: A Conversation with Andy Pendleton

World in Crisis: A Conversation with Andy Pendleton

By Luke Hunt
With the world's relief efforts focusing on Gaza and Ukraine, Africa is missing out.

War Crimes and the Meaning of Genocide

War Crimes and the Meaning of Genocide

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with war crimes lawyer Michael Karnavas.
One Dutchman and 350,000 Cambodian Refugees

One Dutchman and 350,000 Cambodian Refugees

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Hans van Zoggel.

Cambodia’s Hun Sen: The Tiger That Rules the Mountain

Cambodia’s Hun Sen: The Tiger That Rules the Mountain

By Sebastian Strangio
The author of a new book on Cambodia reflects on the long career of the former PM and international attempt to foster democracy in a conflict-torn nation.

An Illustrious Photographer on Warzones and Hollywood

An Illustrious Photographer on Warzones and Hollywood

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Roland Neveu.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

From Cambodia’s Killing Fields to the US Secret Service

From Cambodia’s Killing Fields to the US Secret Service

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with author Leth Oun.

Steel Sharpens Steel: Remembering Nate Thayer

Steel Sharpens Steel: Remembering Nate Thayer

By Peter Maguire
Many have recalled the foreign correspondent's interview with Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot. Fewer have remembered his most significant and meaningful work.
Nate Thayer, Dead at 62, and Stories That Still Resonate

Nate Thayer, Dead at 62, and Stories That Still Resonate

By Luke Hunt
Among his many scoops, Thayer's work also foreshadowed the rapid growth of Chinese influence in Cambodia.

Locking Horns With the Khmer Rouge

Locking Horns With the Khmer Rouge

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with tribunal witness Rob Hamill.

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.
Improving Access to Care for Khmer Rouge Genocide Survivors

Improving Access to Care for Khmer Rouge Genocide Survivors

By Youk Chhang
A majority of Khmer Rouge survivors surveyed cited financial circumstances as a reason for not seeking treatment for mental or physical health conditions, disabilities, or ailments. 

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