Arguing about Cambodia: Genocide and political interest
From the time the Khmer Rouge seized power in April 1975, people have argued over the actions and intentions of the communist regime in Cambodia. During the years following the revolution, scholars and journalists debated allegations that the Khmer Rouge was committing genocide. Even after communist Vietnam toppled the neighboring regime, debate remained fierce. Much of the positioning by academics, publicists, and politicians seems to have been motivated largely by political purposes. © Oxford University Press 2009; all rights reserved.
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Beachler, Donald W., "Arguing about Cambodia: Genocide and political interest" (2009). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 1547.