Pol PotGeneral Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea and Prime Minister of Democratic Kampuchea In power, the movement's ideology was shaped by a power struggle during in which the so-called Party Centre led by Pol Pot defeated other regional elements of the leadership.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: International Democracy Assistance for Peacebuilding: Cambodia and Beyond, and: Both are written by two eminently qualified individuals: But they each represent valuable contributions to the body of knowledge on post-conflict Cambodia, as well as the practice and theory of peacebuilding and democratization.
Combining them both in a single book review is a challenge to say the least. The Analytical Framework are outstanding in terms of reviewing the scholarly literature and establishing a conceptual framework. While I am uncertain as to the utility of the concept, the literature review is exceptional as is the structured analysis across three levels: For the most part, he certainly does: Using institutionalization as both independent and dependent variables would seem to introduce a priori endogeneity into the model from a conceptual standpoint.
While he summarizes his methodology as both quantitative and qualitative, in fact it reflects far greater comfort in the qualitative realm. There is clearly a place for both, and often times, one complements the other as when many countries are statistically analyzed and the results of which guide the choice of case studies of the type Peou does, so as to avoid selecting on the dependent variable democratic consolidation in this case.
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You are not currently authenticated. View freely available titles:The Cambodian–Vietnamese War was an armed conflict between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Democratic Kampuchea. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge: Inside the Politics of Nation Building. New Haven: Yale University Press,, Vietnamese soldiers: 73,, 30, The Cambodian Civil War was a conflict from , primarily between the communist Khmer Rouge and the Cambodian government.
The Khmer Rouge won the war, creating a communist revolutionary.
Studies of Conflict: Khmer Rouge vs. the Lon Nol Government Essay CONFLICT KHMER ROUGE VS THE LON NOL GOVERNMENT Of the many unjust horrors born of the 20th Century, from the jungles of Cambodia, the Khmer Rouge regime claims absolute victory.
It is the practice of Western nations to use the three stage theory of the Italian philosopher. The legacy of trauma from the Khmer Rouge regime, to , and later during the Third Indochina Conflict in s (Vietnam’s invasion of Cambodia and China’s retaliatory attack on Vietnam) has had lasting effects on the Cambodian people and society (Lambourne ; Linton ).
ASEAN, which had backed the Khmer Rouge throughout their diplomatic confrontations with the PRK regime at the UN General Assembly in , urged the Khmer Rouge leadership to put its blood-stained image behind it in order to join forces with other non-communist movements.
In , Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen passed legislation that prohibits the denial of the Cambodian genocide and other war crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge.
The legislation was passed despite comments by opposition leader Kem Sokha, who is the deputy president of the Cambodian National Rescue attheheels.comrators: Khmer Rouge.