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Justice, on our terms

The trial of Nuon Chea, chief ideologue during the infamous Khmer Rouge regime, is underway in Cambodia as local Cambodians and international observers associated with the International Criminal Court (ICC) try to make sense of the killing of approximately 1.7 million people from 1975 to 1979.  Interestingly different from other trials orchestrated by the International Criminal Court, such as Rwanda ...

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