For the first time, Cambodia’s struggle to deal with its tragic past is put into global context through an examination of the growing of literature in this area, and comparisons with the experiences of such countries as Chile, Argentina, Rwanda, South Africa, and East Timor. The heart of this study is analysis of the extensive […]

SEVEN CANDIDATES FOR PROSECUTION: Accountability for the Crimes of the Khmer Rouge, Stephen Heder and Brian Tittemore (2004)

This study examines the responsibility of seven senior officials for their roles in developing and implementing the murderous policies of the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK), known to its enemies as the “Khmer Rouge”: Deputy Secretary of the CPK Central Committee Nuon Chea, who is implicated in devising and implementing the Party’s execution policies. Deputy […]