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Cambodia : change and continuity in contemporary politics /
edited by Sorpong Peou.
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Aldershot, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, c2001.
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xxi, 574 p. : ill.
ISBN
0754621197
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Aldershot, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, c2001.
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0754621197
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4571055
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This collection of articles traces Cambodia's recent history and brings to the reader an analysis of the country's development as Cambodia moves on from its war-torn past into a possible liberal democratic future.
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This edited volume provides a unique, comprehensive view of controversial issues surrounding Cambodia's past, present and possible future development. It brings together a selection of journal articles about the war-torn country to examine critical issues concerning change and continuity in contemporary Cambodian politics. The books covers violence, war and peace, the Constitution, human rights and the pursuit of justice, democratic development and dilemmas, gender and ethnic relations and economic development and problems. These themes will be instructive for scholars, policy makers and interested individuals dealing with what has been termed the triple transition: from armed conflict to the end of violent hostility, from political authoritarianism to liberal democracy and from socialist economic systems to market-driven or capitalist ones. The book shows that the trajectory towards peace, democracy and sustainable development is complex, full of dangers and in need of careful management.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgementsp. vii
Series Prefacep. ix
Introductionp. xi
Perspectives on Violence and War: The Elusive Search for Peace?
'The Cambodia Settlement Agreements', American Journal of International Law, 87, pp. 1-41 (1993)p. 3
'The Cambodian Waltz: The Khmer Rouge and United Nations Intervention', Terrorism and Political Violence, 7, pp. 60-81 (1995)p. 45
'Understanding the Khmer: Sociological-Cultural Observations', Asian Survey, 31, pp. 442-55 (1991)p. 67
'The Challenge of Conflict Resolution in Cambodia', Canadian Defence Quarterly, 23, pp. 35-8, 40, 42, 44 (1993)p. 81
'Hun Sen's Pre-emptive Coup: Causes and Consequences', Southeast Asian Affairs, pp. 86-102 (1998)p. 89
Perspectives on Legal Development: The Constitution, Human Rights Issues and the Pursuit of Justice
'The New Cambodian Constitution: From Civil War to a Fragile Democracy', Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 26, pp. 45-110 (1994)p. 109
'International Law and Cambodian Genocide: The Sounds of Silence', Human Rights Quarterly, 11, pp. 82-138 (1989)p. 175
'Forgetting "the Policies and Practices of the Past": Impunity in Cambodia', Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, 18, pp. 17-43 (1994)p. 233
'Toward a Culture of Human Rights in Cambodia', Human Rights Quarterly, 16, pp. 82-104 (1994)p. 261
'Teaching Human Rights in Cambodia', Journal of Democracy, 8, pp. 154-64 (1997)p. 285
Perspectives on Political Development: Towards a Triumph of Liberal Democracy?
'Democracy Lost? The Fate of the U.N.-implanted Democracy in Cambodia', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 18, pp. 193-218 (1996)p. 299
'Understanding Cambodia's Political Developments', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 19, pp. 286-308 (1997)p. 325
'Cambodia's Fading Hopes', Journal of Democracy, 7, pp. 148-57 (1996)p. 349
'The Myth of Cambodia's Recovery', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 18, pp. 417-29 (1997)p. 359
'The Cambodian Elections of 1998 and Beyond: Democracy in the Making?', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 20, pp. 279-97 (1998)p. 373
Perspectives on Gender and Racial Relations: Towards Social Harmony and Peace?
'Khmer Kinship: The Matriliny/Matriarchy Myth', Journal of Anthropological Research, 51, pp. 247-61 (1995)p. 395
'Politics and Gender: Negotiating Conceptions of the Ideal Woman in Present Day Cambodia', Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 37, pp. 139-52 (1996)p. 411
'Women and Land Rights in Cambodia', Economic and Political Weekly, 28 October, pp. 87-92 (1995)p. 425
'The Vietnamese Minority in Cambodia', Race and Class, 34, pp. 33-47 (1992)p. 431
'The Ethnic Vietnamese in Cambodia: A Minority at Risk?', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 16, pp. 210-38 (1994)p. 447
Perspectives on Economic Development: Towards Prosperity?
'Rehabilitation and Economic Reconstruction in Cambodia', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 14, pp. 269-86 (1992)p. 479
'Cambodia and the "Washington Consensus"', Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 11, pp. 73-97 (1997)p. 497
'Education, Teacher Training and Prospects for Economic Recovery in Cambodia', Comparative Education, 32, pp. 361-75 (1996)p. 523
'The Political Economy of the Royal Government of Cambodia', Contemporary Southeast Asia, 17, pp. 265-81 (1995)p. 539
'Development in a Wartorn Society: What Next in Cambodia?', Third World Quarterly, 18, pp. 673-86 (1997)p. 557
Name Indexp. 571
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