High-tech court

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High-tech court

A very exciting development for those of us trying to keep up with ECCC developments from abroad: the tribunal has launched a “virtual court.”

"The Virtual Tribunal will be a groundbreaking way for the [tribunal] to digitally make available to the public all trial related materials such as decisions, filings, trial transcripts and video of the court proceedings," according to Voice of America

U.S. univerities partnering with the effort include Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley.

A reader also recently alerted me to another excellent online resource for those interested in Southeast Asian history and politics. Michael Wolf, a Masters student at Texas Tech University, introduced me to the Vietnam Virtual Archive. Through the archive, he was able to find a copy of a Khmer Rouge document called the "Black Paper," which I was unable to locate after it was referenced during proceedings in May

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