My dear Kacvey,

For ease and quick reference that your students and you might need in the future, this letter contains links that speak volume about difference when words were spoken and when the speakers change their attitude. Is this hypocrisy in Khmer politics, or are Khmer politicians truly hypocritical?

The New York Times
8 January 1979
Henry Kamm: Hanoi Reports Cambodian Capital Conquered By ‘Insurgent’ Forces; Long Guerrilla Conflict Feared

Le Monde
26 janvier 1979
GÉRARD BRISSÉ: Le Cambodge au futur antérieur

The Washington Post
28 April 1979
Jay Matthews: Cambodia Faces Threat of Famine

1980
Radio Quebec
YouTube: Prince Sihanouk claque la porte de l’émission ”Pierre Nadeau”

Le Monde
8 janvier 1980
R.-P. PARINGAUX: UN AN APRÈS L’INTERVENTION DE SON CORPS EXPÉDITIONNAIRE Le Vietnam n’a toujours pas atteint les objectifs qu’il s’était fixés

Le Monde
8 janvier 1981
PATRICE DE BEER: Deux ans après la prise de Phnom-Penh par les Vietnamiens La solution du problème cambodgien n’est toujours pas en vue

Le Monde
28 mars 1981
JACQUES DE BARRIN: Sihanouk est un criminel et un traître nous déclare M. Hun Sen, ministre des affaires étrangères

Le Monde
21 mai 1981
PATRICE DE BEER: Phnom Penh annonce la réunion imminente du congrès du P.C. provietnamien

Le Monde
5 octobre 1981
Quarante années de conflits

Le Monde
9 janvier 1982
PATRICE DE BEER: Cambodge TROIS ANS APRÈS L’INTERVENTION VIETNAMIENNE Le régime de Phnom Penh demeure toujours aussi dépendant de Hanoi

The New York Review of Books
10 May 1984
William Shawcross: The Burial of Cambodia

The New York Review of Books
27 September 1984
An Exchange on Cambodia – Nayan Chanda and Ben Kiernan, reply by William Shawcross

Le Monde
15 janvier 1985
AFP: M. Hun Sen devient premier ministre

Le Monde
7 juin 1985
JACQUES BEKAERT: Visite à Phnom-Penh d’une importante délégation vietnamienne

Le Monde
5 décembre 1987
La fin des entretiens sur le Cambodge Le prince Sihanouk et M. Hun Sen se rencontreront à nouveau en France en janvier

Le Monde
19 décembre 1987
CAMBODGE: le dialogue Sihanouk-Hun Sen Phnom-Penh propose que la négociation reprenne le 27 janvier

The Washington Post
22 June 1989
Keith B. Richburg: HUN SEN MAKING AN IMPACT

Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine
September 1990
Tarr Chou Meng: A TALK WITH PRIME MINISTER HUN SEN

UPI
1 May 1995
TRICIA FITZGERALD: Cambodia opens floating casino

The Phnom Penh Post
19 May 1995
Matthew Grainger: Hun Sen: the power and the politics
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/hun-sen-power-and-politics

The Economist
10 July 1997
A coup in Cambodia
http://www.economist.com/node/370230

The Phnom Penh Post
12 July 1997
Jason Barber: Democracy from the barrel of a gun

Newsweek (through KI Media site)
21 July 1997
Ron Moreau: A coup in Cambodia

Stratfor Worldview
4 December 1997
Hun Sen Losing Control of Cambodian Countryside

Academia
2000
John Ciorciari: China and Cambodia: Patron and Client?

Journal of Democracy – Harvard University
2 April 2002
Steven Levitsky and Lucan A. Way: Elections Without Democracy – THE RISE OF COMPETITIVE AUTHORITARIANISM

Academia
Media Culture & Society
1 January 2003
Rachel Hughes: The abject artefacts of memory: photographs from Cambodia’s genocide

Academia
International Communication Association, 2005
Erik Palmer: Richard Avedon, the Khmer Rouge & the Ideological Power of Portraiture

Academia
Journal of Democracy
2005
Duncan McCargo: Cambodia: Getting Away with Authoritarianism?

Academia
2005
Taum Yoseph Yapi: COLLECTIVE CAMBODIAN MEMORIES OF THE POL POT KHMER ROUGE REGIME

Intelligence Report
May 2007
Communism and Cambodia

Global Witness
31 May 2007
CAMBODIA’S FAMILY TREES

Academia – The Pacific Review, Vol: 20, No: 4
December 2007
Lee Jones: ASEAN intervention in Cambodia:from Cold War to conditionality

Academia
Asia Pacific Viewpoint, Vol. 49, No. 3, December 2008
Rachel Hughes: Dutiful tourism: encountering the Cambodian genocide

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Cambodia)
18 February 2009
5th Publication: Rule of Law

Academia
June 2009
Stephanie Benzaquen: Mass Atrocity and Material Culture: Mediating the Cambodian Genocide into European Collective Memory

Academia
June 2009
Sok Udom Deth: The People’s Republic of Kampuchea 1979 – 1989: A Draconian Savior?

Academia
2009
James Tyner: Imagining Genocide: Anti-geographies and the Erasure of Space in Democratic Kampuchea

Academia
Winter 2009
Sok Udom Deth: The Rise and Fall of Democratic Kampuchea

The Observer
9 January 2010
Andrew Anthony: Lost in Cambodia

Academia
2010
Alvin Lim: Breakfast with the Dictator: Memory, Atrocity, and Affect

BBC News
13 January 2011
Mukul Devichand: Has Cambodia become a country for sale?

Academia
June 2011
Stephanie Benzaquen: Witnessing and re-enacting in Cambodia: reflection on shifting testimonies

Academia
2011
Alvin Lim: Desiring Cambodia

Academia
2012
Sok Udom Deth: Cambodian-Thai Diplomatic Relations since 1950: Nationalism or Power Politics?

Academia
November 2012
Stephanie Benzaquen: DOCUMENTING THE KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL:NARRATIVES OF HISTORY, TRUTH, AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE WORKS OFRITHY PANH AND THET SAMBATH

Roads & Kingdoms
29 August 2012
Paul Findlay: CAMBODIA’S CRAB COAST

The Cambodia Daily
12 October 2012
PAUL VRIEZE AND PHANN ANA: Hun Sen Marks 25 Years as Country’s Prime Minister

Academia
Performing Archives/Archives of Performance, 2013
Emma Willis: “‘All this is left’: performing and re-performing archives of Khmer Rouge violence” In G. Borggreen, R. Gade (Eds.) Performing Archives/Archives of Performance (pp.108-126 ). Copenhagen, Denmark: Museum Tusculanum.

The Cambodia Daily
14 April 2013
COLIN MEYN: Cambodia’s Long Battle Against Terrorist Groups

Academia
July 2013
Sovannarith Keo: LIPSTICK ON A PIG: CAMBODIA’S ELECTION, A TRAVESTY OF DEMOCRACY?

United Nations – General Assembly
27 March 2014
Human Rights Council – Twenty-sixth session – Agenda item 6 – Universal Periodic Review
Report of the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review
Rapport du Groupe de travail sur l’Examen périodique universel

Academia
Silpakorn University Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts 14(2) [2014]
Christian Oesterheld: Cambodian-Thai Relations during the Khmer Rouge Regime: Evidence from the East German Diplomatic Archives

Academia
3 June 2014
James A Tyner and Christabel Devadoss: Administrative violence, prison geographies andthe photographs of Tuol Sleng SecurityCenter, Cambodia

Academia
Proceedings of the 10th International Academic Conference, Vienna, Austria, 03 – 06 June 2014
Prague: International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences
Christian Oesterheld: East German Socialism and the Khmer Rouge Revolution: Insights from the GDR’s Diplomatic Archives

Academia
2014
Sok Udom Deth: Factional Politics and Foreign Policy Choices in Cambodia-Thailand Diplomatic Relations, 1950-2014

Academia
June 2014
Ou Ritthy: CAMBODIA: Old politicians in a new society

Radio Radicale (Italie)
22 juillet 2014
Di Matteo Angioli: Interview with Saumura Tioulong on the deal between the government and the opposition in Cambodia

The Diplomat
11 September 2014
Heng Sarith: Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy

Academia
September 2014
Stephanie Benzaquen: Looking at the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes, Cambodia, on Flickr and YouTube

Nikkei Asian Review
23 October 2014
Sebastian Strangio: In Cambodia, everything is different but nothing has changed

Academia
2014
James Tyner, Sokvisal Kimsroy and Savina Sirik: Phnom Penh during the Cambodian genocide

Academia
2014
Nicola Mocci: CAMBODIA 2014: THE CONTINUATION OF THE HUN SEN-SAM RAINSY POLITICAL DUEL AND THE SURGE IN SOCIAL CONFLICT

Human Rights Watch
13 January 2015
Cambodia: 30 Years of Hun Sen Violence, Repression
https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/01/13/cambodia-30-years-hun-sen-violence-repression

Foreign Policy
13 January 2015
SEBASTIAN STRANGIO: The House That Hun Sen Built
The House That Hun Sen Built

The Cambodia Daily
14 January 2015
ALEX WILLEMYNS AND KUCH NAREN: For Hun Sen, 30 Turbulent Years as Prime Minister

Jacobin
27 April 2015
BRETT S. MORRIS: Nixon and the Cambodian Genocide

Academia
European Academic research
May 2015
IM CHANBORACHEAT: Cambodia’s Bureaucracy and China, Friends for Benefits?

Nikkei Asian Review
15 June 2015
SEBASTIAN STRANGIO: Death of ruling party veteran boosts authority of Hun Sen

Foreign Affairs
September/October 2015
Stéphanie Giry: Autopsy of a Cambodian Election – How Hun Sen Rules
https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/asia/autopsy-cambodian-election

Academia.edu
October 2015
Vicente Sánchez-Biosca: Le visage fluctuant des victimes. Images de l’affliction au Cambodge (1975-2003)
Cinéma & Cie, vol. XV, no. 24, Spring 2015, pp. 103-116. Perpetrator Images, Perpetrator Artifacts: The Nomad Archives of Tuol Sleng (S-21)

Sanskriti
31 December 2015
https://www.sanskritimagazine.com/indian-religions/hinduism/angkor-wat-temple-is-larger-and-more-complex-than-thought-earlier/

Academia
2015
Nicola Mocci: CAMBODIA 2015: 30 YEARS OF HUN SEN’S GOVERNMENT AND THE PROGRESSIVE CENTRALIZATION OF POWER

Academia
2015
Alvin Lim: Human Rights in Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge

Academia
2016
James Mah: A Small State’s Search for Relevance-Singapore in the Cambodian Conflict, 1978-1982

Academia
Australian Humanities Review
(April/May 2016). ISSN: 1325 8338 190-208
Lestie Barnes: ‘The Image of a Quest’: The Visual Archives of Rithy Panh

International Association of genocide Scholars – IAGS
Volume 10 – 2016
Julie Fleischman: Working with the Remains in Cambodia: Skeletal Analysis and Human Rights after Atrocity

The Guardian
7 July 2016
Oliver Holmes: ‘Stranglehold’: Hun Sen rules Cambodia and his family own it, says report

Griffith University – Griffith Asia Institute
25 August 2016
Lucy West: Rule of law in Cambodia – reflections from the field

ASEAN Studies Program
3 August 2016
Cheunboran Chanborey: The South China Sea and ASEAN Unity: A Cambodian Perspective

Academia
14 October 2014
Alvin Lim: Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”

BRAUNHAGEY & BORDEN LLP
13 December 2016
US District Court Northern District of California: Case CV16 80258 MISC.

Academia
2016
Alexander Hinton: MAN or MONSTER? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer (introduction)

Academia.edu
2017
Anne Laure Poree: Tuol Sleng l’histoire inachevée d’un musée mémoire

Academia.edu
2017
Julie Fleischman: REMAINS OF KHMER ROUGE VIOLENCE: THE MATERIALITY OF BONES AS SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND AFFECTIVE AGENTS OF MEMORY

Academia
April 2017
Ou Rithy: CAMBODIA: Prime Minister Hun Sen Was A SuccessfulWartime Leader But Certainly Not One In Peacetime Cambodia

Asia/Pacific Group ON MONEY LAUNDERING
September 2017
Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing measures – Cambodia – Mutual Evaluation Report

Academia
September 2017
Po Sovinda: The Limits of China’s Influence in Cambodia: A Soft Power Perspective

The Phnom Penh Post
23 June 2017
Q&A: Chris Kelly on A Cambodian Spring

ifex.org
20 September 2017
Cambodia: a hostile environment for rights defenders
https://ifex.org/cambodia/noimpunity-cambodia-profile/

Global Peacebuilding Association (Japan)
10 November 2017
Akashi explained how UNTAC brought about peace, national reconciliation and democracy in Cambodia.

The New York Times
12 December 2017
BRIAN CUDDY: Was It Legal for the U.S. to Bomb Cambodia?

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Cambodia)
December 2017
Book by DETH Sok Udom, SUN Suon, Serkan BULUT: CAMBODIA’S FOREIGN RELATIONS IN REGIONAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS

Academia.edu
Australian Folklore – Book Review 2017
A. Asbjørn Jøn: Chum Mey, Survivor: The Triumph of An Ordinary Man in the Khmer Rouge Genocide, translated by Sim Sorya and Kimsroy Sokvisal (Phnom Penh: Documentation Center of Cambodia, 2012). Paperback with black and white and colour illustrations, ISBN 9789995060244. 110 pages. USD $10.

Academia
Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context: 2017
Rebecca Gidley: The Political Construction of Narrative and Collective Memory in Cambodia

Academia
2017
Kimkong Heng: ASEAN at 50: Challenges and Opportunities for Cambodia

Academia
2017
Sophamonyoudom Prom and Theresa de Langis: Knowledge about the Khmer Rouge Genocide and Attendance at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

Academia.edu
2018
Armin Selbitschka: The Early Silk Road(s)

Daniel R. Coats, Director of National Intelligence
13 February 2018
Statement of Record: The Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the South East Asia Journalist Unions (SEAJU)
23 February 2018
Cambodia’s Media on Edge

Senator John McCain
26 January 2018
SENATORS McCAIN, CARDIN & BIPARTISAN GROUP URGE UN AMBASSADOR NIKKI HALEY TO INCREASE PRESSURE ON CAMBODIA FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES

Academia
SAGE/Visual Communication
3 January 2018
Keith B Wagner and Michael A Unger: Photographic and cinematic appropriation of atrocity images from Cambodia: auto-genocide in Western museum culture and The Missing Picture

Academia
2018
Julie Fleischman, Sonnara Prak, Vythy Voeun and Sophearavy Ros: Khmer Rouge Regime Massacres: Skeletal Evidence of Violent Trauma in Cambodia

Academia
2018
Un Nang: Cambodia’s Foreign Policy and China’s Influence during the Khmer Rouge Era

World Justice Project
Rule of Law Index 2017-2018
Cambodia Ranked 112 Out Of 113 Countries on Rule of Law

Academia
SWP Comment
August 2018
Chum Chandarin and Felix Heiduk: Cambodia: The Winner Takes It All

Academia
August 2018
Alvin Lim: The Spiral Repetitions of Cambodia’s 2018 General Election

Academia
2018
Shihlun Allen Chen: The Development of Cambodia China Relation and Its Transition Under the OBOR Initiative.

Academia
22 October 2018
Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim: Will EU’s Sanctions Mean a Closer Embrace for Chinaand Cambodia?

Academia
Open Democracy
2018
Alice Beban and Laura Schoenberger: Authoritarian rule shedding its populist skin in rural Cambodia

Academia
undated/Cornell University
Hoang Minh Vu (Graduate student: Candidate Number 19558): Facing the Inevitable?Vietnam’s Decision to Invade Cambodia,1977-78

Academia
undated
Chandara Khun: Beneficial Interests: China, the ‘Most Trusted Friend’ beyond Doubt

Academia
undated
Sebastian Strangio: Cambodia Between the End of History and the End Times of Human Rights

Academia
undated
Céline Martin: Business and Human Rights in ASEAN: Case study of Cambodia

CEIC Data
12 E. 49th St, 8 Floor, New York, NY 10017
undated
Cambodia External Debt: % of GDP

This letter will be updated as researched records have become available.