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RESEARCH: RECONCILIATION PROCESS IN CAMBODIA: 1979-2007 Before the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

Searching for the Truth. With the future of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal limited to a small number of high profile leaders, and a modern Cambodian population of which some 70% of the population was born after the worst of the Khmer Rouge genocide, Cambodia is facing a turning point. On the one hand, Cambodians run a real risk of losing a firm grip on understanding, memorializing and ultimately accepting a difficult past. On the other hand, a rapidly globalizing Cambodia must take on new challenges of sustainable growth, democratic integrity and human rights. Affiliations: The Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (CTM)

The Sleuk Rith Institute (SRI)

Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)

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