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Ieng Sary's Regime

Translated by Phat Kosal and Ben Kiernan with Sorya Sim
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Translations
Indications of Genocide in the Bisesero Hills, Rwanda, 1994

GSP Working Paper No. 32

Russell Schimmer
Case Study(ies):
Rwandan Genocide
Publication Type: Working Paper
Khieu Samphan, Cambodia’s Recent History and the Reasons Behind the Decisions I Made (Prowatttisat kampuchea thmey thmey nih ning koul chomhor rebos khnyom cia bontor bontoap)

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Review
Khmer Rouge Biographical Questionnaire

Introductory Note by Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Comparative Genocide
Publication Type: Translations
Le Premier genocide: Carthage 146, A.C.

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Ancient Genocides
Theme(s):
Journals
Publication Type: Journal Article

Diogène, n. 203, juillet-septembre 2003: 32-48.

Letting Sudan Get Away with Murder

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Sudan
Publication Type: Other

Over 200,000 people have died in the violence in Sudan’s Darfur provinces. And as the bloodshed continues, genocide scholar Ben Kiernan writes, members of the international community – who may actually have the influence to halt the killings and prosecute the perpetrators – have been preoccupied with semantic and jurisdictional wrangling. Kiernan provides an historical background to the legal definition of “genocide,” noting that the concept pre-dated the term. He writes, “After a century of genocide, resistance, and research on the phenomenon, the world community has a legal definition, an international statute outlawing the crime, and a court asserting jurisdiction over it,” And now, in order to halt the massacres in Sudan, punish those responsible, deter such crimes elsewhere, Kiernan concludes that the next step must be for the International Criminal Court to hear the Darfur case. – YaleGlobal

Lost and Found

My Khanh Ngo
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Publication Type: News Article

Yale Globalist 8:4 (summer 2008), p. 9.

Memory and Sovereignty in Post-1979 Cambodia: Choeung Ek and Local Genocide Memorials

Genocide Studies Program Working Paper No. 26

Rachel Hughes
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Publication Type: Working Paper
Pakistan: Cost of a Genocide Ignored

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Other
Publication Type: Review

Australian Literary Review, Dec. 5, 2007

PBS Interview with Ben Kiernan

Ben Kiernan
Case Study(ies):
Cambodian Genocide
Theme(s):
Truth Commissions
Publication Type: News Article

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