Produced by Documentation Center of Cambodia
April 16, 2021
OPINION: Survivors of the Khmer Rouge Regime Deserve More Than Symbolic Reparations
In this essay, Youk Chhang states that Cambodia could be a country in which the survivors of mass atrocities and genocide receive reparations that involve restorative medical care, services, and support from the international community.
November 02, 2016
Opinion: Son of God in Manila
In this essay, Chhang argues that Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte should learn from the example of Cambodia and how foreign policy success cannot be achieved through the use of unequivocal language and decisions, but rather necessitates a more nuanced approach.
February 04, 2015
"The Substance of Actions" by Youk Chhang
Chhang Youk, the executive director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia, has for many years helped documented the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge and has been key to the functioning of the Khmer Rouge tribunal. This is an essay he wrote recently to mark international Holocaust Remembrance Day.