BROTHER ENEMY – Nayan Chanda Translated by Tep Meng Khean (2007)

This book by the bureau chief for the Far Eastern Economic Review examines the third Indochina War and offers an explanation for the Cambodian genocide. Chanda posits that the Khmer Rouge built their revolution at breakneck speed to prepare for a life-and- death struggle against the Vietnamese, and the means they used to do this […]


This new book by Ian Harris, Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Cumbria, UK, explores the fate of Buddhism before, during, and shortly after Democratic Kampuchea. Prum Phalla of the Documentation Center of Cambodia provided research assistance on this project. Dr. Harris begins with an examination of Buddhism under Sihanouk and Lon Nol, […]