Facing Death in Cambodia

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A moving account of the 25-year struggle to bring the perpetrators of the Cambodian genocide to justice -- and a human rights scholar's growing anguish over the gap between theory and reality.
1." So you've been to school for a year or two..."
2. "Do not kill any living creature, with the exception of the enemy."
3. "The Angkar is more important to me than my father and mother."
4. "The weapon of the mouth"
5. "Only the third person knows."
6. "I am excellent survivor."
7. "Am I a savage person?"
8. "She is nice girl, but she is sick."
9. "I am no longer HIV positive."
10. "I am not dead. I am alive."
Conclusion: War Crimes Trials as a Welcome Distraction
The Khmer Rouge regime took control of Cambodia by force of arms, then committed the most brazen crimes since the Third Reich: at least 1.5 million people murdered between 1975 and 1979. Yet no individuals were ever tried or punished. This book is the story of Peter Maguire's effort to learn how Cambodia's "culture of impunity" developed, why it persists, and the failures of the "international community" to confront the Cambodian genocide. Written from a personal and historical perspective, Facing Death in Cambodia recounts Maguire's growing anguish over the gap between theories of universal justice and political realities.
Autor: Peter Maguire
Peter Maguire

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Autor: Peter Maguire
ISBN-13 :: 9780231120524
ISBN: 0231120524
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.03.2005
Gewicht: 490g
Seiten: 261
Sprache: Englisch
Altersempfehlung: 22 - 99 Jahre
Sonstiges: Buch, 236x161x21 mm
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