Agony of repatriated Khmer Rouge refugees

By Chak Sopheap Guest Commentary, Published on UPI Asia Niigata, Japan ? One of the untold tragedies of U.S. policy has been the forced repatriation of young Cambodians, mainly men, who went to the United States as refugees after escaping the Khmer Rouge genocide of the late 1970s. The United States took in 130,000 Cambodian… Continue reading Agony of repatriated Khmer Rouge refugees

Khmer Rouge trials will not bring justice

By Chak Sopheap Guest Commentary Published on UPI Asia: April 15, 2009 Niigata, Japan ? It is not surprising that many foreigners know the details of the Khmer Rouge regime, which ruled Cambodia from 1975-1979, while the young generation of Cambodians may not even know that this inhuman regime ever existed. Cambodian schoolchildren are taught… Continue reading Khmer Rouge trials will not bring justice

Khmer Rough Tribunal Will End with Unjust History

It was not surprising if foreigners could give detail of the Khmer Rough Regime while the young generation of Cambodia could not even know if this inhuman regime ever exists, so that the news of Noun Chea?s arrest is not gain much popularity among them (?Arrest Prompts Int?l News Frenzy, Shrugs at Home?, Cambodia Daily,… Continue reading Khmer Rough Tribunal Will End with Unjust History