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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.
Former Khmer Rouge Head of State Begins Genocide Appeal
August 16, 2021

Former Khmer Rouge Head of State Begins Genocide Appeal

By Sebastian Strangio
Khieu Samphan's legal team are seeking the dismissal of the genocide conviction handed down by the U.N.-backed court in 2018.

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.

VICE Asia Tampers with Khmer Rouge Tribunal Evidence
April 12, 2021

VICE Asia Tampers with Khmer Rouge Tribunal Evidence

By Luke Hunt
An insulting end to a messy week for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.

Framing the Khmer Rouge
January 28, 2021

Framing the Khmer Rouge

By Charles Fox
Cambodia has long been presented to the world through the viewfinders of foreign photographers – but that’s slowly starting to change.

Comrade Duch, Chief Khmer Rouge Executioner, Dies at 77
September 02, 2020

Comrade Duch, Chief Khmer Rouge Executioner, Dies at 77

By Sebastian Strangio
His trial and conviction demonstrated both the potential, and limits, of international justice.
Douglas Latchford: The Man Who Pillaged Cambodia
August 21, 2020

Douglas Latchford: The Man Who Pillaged Cambodia

By Tess Davis
Latchford leaves behind a dark legacy of looting and cultural destruction, which will long outlive him.

His Story Never Died: An Interview With Arn Chorn-Pond
May 20, 2020

His Story Never Died: An Interview With Arn Chorn-Pond

By Arpita Mitra
As Cambodia observes its National Day of Remembrance, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge era shares his story.

Remembering Cambodia’s 1970 Coup
March 20, 2020

Remembering Cambodia’s 1970 Coup

By Andrew Nachemson
A look back at a significant development in the country with implications that continue to play out today.

Cambodia’s Disastrous Dependence on China: A History Lesson
December 04, 2019

Cambodia’s Disastrous Dependence on China: A History Lesson

By Chansambath Bong
Overdependence on China undermines Cambodia’s national security. We know because it’s happened before.
Nuon Chea: Remembering the Legacy of the Khmer Rouge’s Chief Ideologue
August 06, 2019

Nuon Chea: Remembering the Legacy of the Khmer Rouge’s Chief Ideologue

By Luke Hunt
The death of one of the genocidal regime’s remaining leaders has once again highlighted a dark chapter in Cambodia’s past.

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