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New Granta piece on the tribunal

read it here. It discusses the scope of culpability for Khmer Rouge atrocities and includes an interview I conducted with former S-21 guard Him Huy (pictured at left) before I left Cambodia. " />

New Granta piece on the tribunal

My second piece for Granta.com about the tribunal was recently posted online. You can read it here. It discusses the scope of culpability for Khmer Rouge atrocities and includes an interview I conducted with former S-21 guard Him Huy (pictured at left) before I left Cambodia.

The recent lecture at Rutgers was a great experience and the students had a number of interesting questions. Hopefully some of them will be posting comments to the blog before long. The Newark campus' Division of Global Affairs seems to be a hub of much probing discussion related to human rights, genocide and the Cambodian case in particular. 

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