More than four years since his last appearance at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Kaing Guek Eav, the
Sok Udom said that in international relations “there is no eternal enemy or eternal friend.”
Located on the Thai-Cambodian border, Anlong Veng was one of the main redoubts of the Khmer Rouge after their regime was toppled in January 1979.
It serves as a reminder of the regime’s use of rail transport in its attempts to force Cambodians into the leadership’s vision of the country as an agrarian utopia.
The Armenian Genocide took place between 1915 and 1923, when about 1.5 million people are believed to have died at the hands of the Ottoman government in what is now Turkey.
The 46th Annual May 4 Commemoration, is held to remember four students who were fatally shot by Ohio National Guard troops just days after Nixon announced armed intervention in Cambodia.
In 2012, Zaha Hadid accepted a request from Youk Chhang, the executive director of Documentation Center of Cambodia, agreeing to design the ambitious Sleuk Rith Institute.
Professor Alexander Hinton spoke with VOA Khmer’s Sayana Ser about his dramatic courtroom confrontation with “Brother Number Two” Nuon Chea.
The extra charges might suggest that progress is being made in the case but trial observers question whether the case 004 is really going anywhere.
Prosecutors say Ta An oversaw a number of Khmer Rouge atrocities, as he rose to deputy secretary of the Central Zone under the regime’s political structure.
“Daze of Justice” tells the extraordinary story of three courageous Cambodian-American Khmer Rouge survivors who are seeking answers.
These young performers are the part of the second or third generation of Cambodians to be born since the Khmer Rouge regime collapsed in January 1979.