These 6 essays, with many photographs explore aspects of the structures and ongoing work of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal established in 2006. Historical and political background material on the Tribunal's aims and the way in which it is functioning are all discussed, including consideration of its possible malpractices and errors. Survivors' evidence and attitudes, relevant legal structure and process, funding uncertainties, international interests, reconciliation processes and jurisdiction status are amongst the matters explored. Many photographs complement the text, which is extensively referenced.
On Trial: The Khmer Rouge Accountability Process
AuthorsCiorciari, John D.; Anne Heindel (eds.)
PublisherDocumentation Center of Cambodia