Conflict and Change in Cambodia

Conflict and Change in Cambodia, a special issue of the journal Critical Asian Studies (34:4, Dec. 2002, pp. 483-621), edited by Ben Kiernan; Caroline Hughes, consulting editor

Numro spcial sur le Cambodge/Special Issue on Cambodia Critical Asian Studies, vol. 34, no. 4, December 2002 (dcembre 2002)

This issue contains/ce numro contient les articles suivants:

Introduction: Conflict in Cambodia, 1945-2002” [Conflit au Cambodge, 1945-2002], pp. 483-95 by Ben Kiernan

The Collapse of the Pol Pot Regime, January-April 1979 [L’croulement du rgime de Pol Pot]:An Account of Chinese Diplomats Accompanying the Government of Democratic Kampuchea’s Move to the Cardamom Mountains” [Un rcit concernant les diplomates chinois qui ont accompagn le gouvernement du Kampucha Dmocratique dans les montanges Cardomom], pp. 497-519 by Yun Shui (Paul Marks, translator; Introductory Note by Ben Kiernan, p. 496)

“Democratization, Elite Transition, and Violence in Cambodia, 1991-1999” [La dmocratisation, la transition des lites et la violence au Cambodge], pp. 520-38 by David Roberts

“International Intervention and the People’s Will: The Demoralization of Democracy in Cambodia” [Intervention internationale et la volont du peuple : La dmoralisation de la dmocratie au Cambodge], pp. 539-62 by Caroline Hughes

“Logging in Muddy Waters: The Politics of Forest Exploitation in Cambodia” [Les enjeux politiques de l’exploitation forestires au Cambodge], pp. 563-86 by Philippe Le Billon

“Contested Forests: An Analysis of the Highlander Response to Logging, Ratanakiri Province, Northeast Cambodia” [Les forts contestes, la province de Ratanakiri], pp. 587-606 by Ruth Bottomley

Trials and Tribulations: The Latest Twists in the Long Quest for Justice for the Cambodian Genocide” [Les dernires dveloppements dans la recherche de la justice concernant le gnocide cambodgien], pp. 607-10, Helen Jarvis

Cambodia and the United Nations - Legal Documents [Le Cambodge et l’ONU, documents lgaux], pp. 611-21 Introductory Note by Ben Kiernan