Other Tribunal Readings

September 2000: Memorandum of Understanding Between the UN and Cambodian Concerning a Tribunal.

June 8, 2000: James A. Merolla, “Rehoboth Native’s Return Enlightens Students About Cambodia Horrors”. Sun Chronicle.

April 23, 2000: Karen J. Coates, “25 Years After the Cambodian Genocide, Voices of the Dead and Living Demand Justice”. San Jose Mercury News.

April 17, 2000: Jarrett Murphy, “Remembering the Killing Fields”. CBS News.

April 17, 2000: “Judgment uncertain for Khmer Rouge”. Knight Ridder Newspapers.

April 10, 2000: Kay Johnson, “Will Justice Ever Be Served?” Time Asia.

Lost and Found: Yale researchers uncover documents of the Cambodian genocide long thought to have been lost,” by My Khanh Ngo, Yale Globalist 8:4 (summer 2008), p. 9. 

Three decades later, justice for genocide victims,” by Alaina Varvaloucas. “Perpetrators of the Cambodian genocide are brought to trial, with Yale’s help.”Yale Herald, Sept. 26, 2008.

Footnotes: What does Yale have to do with Cambodia ?,” by Neena Satija, Yale Herald, Sept. 26, 2008.