After the Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005 - 256 trang
This book details the work of a unique partnership, Yale University's Cambodian Genocide Program, which laid the evidentiary basis for the forthcoming Khmer Rouge tribunal and also played a key role in the international advocacy necessary for the tribunal's creation. It presents the information collected through the Mass Grave Mapping Project of the Documentation Center of Cambodia and reveals that the pattern of killing was relatively uniform throughout the country. Despite regular denial of knowledge of the mass killing among the surviving leadership of the Khmer Rouge, Etcheson demonstrates that they were not only aware of it, but that they personally managed and directed the killing.
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Those born after the Khmer Rouge fell from power in 1979 now constitute a majority of the Cambodian population . Khmer Rouge killing became sporadic once they were driven from the capital , so most of these young people have no personal ...
... difficult to see how Cambodian society can ever recover its moral compass . BACK TO THE BEGINNING It is an extraordinary situation . Cambodia is a country where as much as a third of the population died in one of the worst genocides ...
... unlucky enough to live in zones controlled by the Khmer Rouge , treatment of the local population continued to be draconian , including detention in tiger cages , throat slashings , and being burned alive as forms of discipline .
The Khmer Rouge effectively enslaved the entire population , dragooning everyone into forced labor gangs and forcing them to work so hard that many dropped dead in the fields from exhaustion . They illegally deported thousands of ethnic ...
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