Title: Reconciliation in Cambodia (Documentation ...
Publisher: Documentation Center of Cambodia
Publication Date: 2004
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
274 pp., bibliography. Reconciliation in Cambodia is a multidisciplinary study of Transitional Justice in Cambodia, with particular emphasis on reconciliation and the Khmer Rouge. For the first time, Cambodia's struggle to deal with its tragic past is put into global context through an examination of the growing body of literature in this area, and comparisons with the experiences of countries such as Chile, Argentina, Rwanda, South Africa and East Timor. The heart of the study is the analysis of extensive data collected by the DC-Cam's magazine Searching for the Truth in the course of a public survey of its Cambodian readers in 2002. This provides unprecedented insight into the attitudes and perceptions of ordinary Cambodians on a range of issues relating to the Khmer Rouge: accountability, revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, and their vision of the future. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B001NDL6AGMONUMENT061513
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