The historical record generated by film, video, photographic, and sound documents over the last 150 years has become a valuable source of cultural memory in much of the worldThe historical record generated by film, video, photographic, and sound documents over the last 150 years has become a valuable source of cultural memory in much of the world
Does a country like Cambodia, deprived of a historical and cultural memory for decades if not centuries, value images of their past differently than in many parts of the world? Would access to this memory help the country recover from
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Documentation center of cambodiaDocumentation center of cambodia
Victims are just like a glass that has dropped on the floor and broken, and you try to glue it back together. That’s what we are, broken people living in a broken society”. Youk Chhang, Director of the Documentation Centre of Cambodia
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Belated Justice for the Survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime?Belated Justice for the Survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime?
Khmer Rouge heavy posing as a caring humanitarian worker at a Thai refugee camp. Wearing a worn unicef t-shirt, the former commander of the Khmer Rouge’s notorious Tuol Sleng or s-21 prison looked shocked as his true identity was finally revealed to authorities
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Swimming to Cambodia Justice and ritual in human rights after conflict Hilary Charlesworth1 IntroductionSwimming to Cambodia Justice and ritual in human rights after conflict Hilary Charlesworth1 Introduction
I first met Michael Kirby in 1990, when I was a fledgling academic at the University of Melbourne. Since then, like so many others
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French Indochina vs. Vietnam – President Harry TrumanFrench Indochina vs. Vietnam – President Harry Truman
Chapter 20 Vietnam Presidents Involved in Vietnam: Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon – (in order)
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Never again’ really mean what it says? Prof Steven Freeland, School of Law, University of Western Sydney IntroductionNever again’ really mean what it says? Prof Steven Freeland, School of Law, University of Western Sydney Introduction
Prosecutor urged the Security Council, the members of the United Nations, the parties to the Rome Statute, the African Union and the League of Arab States to take all necessary steps to arrest the two Sudanese nationals for whom arrest warrants had been issued by
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