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Cornering the Khmer Rouge

George Chigas
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Justice & Prosecutions
Publication Type: News Article
Dancing in Shadows: Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in Cambodia

Benny Widyono
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Justice & Prosecutions
Publication Type: Book
Désolés pour le génocide…

Par YOUK CHHANG, BEN KIERNAN, et DITH PRAN
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: News Article
Documenting the Cambodian Genocide on Multimedia

Genocide Studies Program Working Paper No. 4

Helen Jarvis, Nereida Cross
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Publication Type: Working Paper
External and Indigenous Sources of Khmer Rouge Ideology," in TheThird Indochina War: Conflict between China, Vietnam and Cambodia

Ben Kiernan; Edited by Odd Arne Westad and Sophie Quinn-Judge
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Book Chapters
First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers

Loung Ung
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Genocide, general
Publication Type: Book
Footnotes: What does Yale have to do with Cambodia ?

Neena Satija
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Publication Type: News Article

Yale Herald, Sept. 26, 2008

Genocide and Irredentism under Democratic Kampuchea, GSP Working Paper No. 23

Kanika Mak
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Working Paper
Genocide and Resistance in Southeast Asia: Documentation, Denial and Justice in Cambodia and East Timor

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide, East Timor
Theme(s):
Other, War Crimes
Publication Type: Book

Two modern cases of genocide and extermination began in Southeast Asia in the same year. Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979, and Indonesian forces occupied East Timor from 1975 to 1999. This book examines the horrific consequences of Cambodian communist revolution and Indonesian anti-communist counterinsurgency. It also chronicles the two cases of indigenous resistance to genocide and extermination, the international cover-ups that obstructed documentation of these crimes, and efforts to hold the perpetrators legally accountable.

Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda

ed. Susuan E. Cook
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide, Rwandan Genocide
Publication Type: Book

GSP Monograph Series No. 1, 2004

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