Genocide and Democracy in Cambodia: The Khmer Rouge, the United Nations and the International Community edited

By Ben Kiernan


Proceedings of the 1992 Raphael Lemkin Symosium, co-published with the Schell Center for International Human Rights, Yale Law School. Specialists from seven disciplines examine the record of the Khmer Rouge, and the international community’s involvement with the affairs of the country. In particular the book examines the capacity, responsibility and performance of the international community under international law, and the responsibility or accountability, if any, of the Khmer Rouge for the policies and practices of the Khmer Rouge period. Preface by George Andreopoulos, Schell Center, Yale Law School. Introduction by Ben Kiernan, Department of History, Yale University.


Type: Books
Genre: Nonfiction

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