Kamow, Stanley
February 1973
New Republic;2/24/73, Vol. 168 Issue 8, p10
Presents information on the political developments in Cambodia. Reference to the fact that the various Cambodian rebel groups are basically nationalists and want to avoid Vietnamese or Chinese domination; View that the inability of Cambodians to accommodate each other has prompted the suggestion of ceasefire; Achievements of a ceasefire through foreign intervention; Information on U.S. President Richard Nixon's invasion of Cambodia which has successfully prevented a major offensive by the North Vietnamese and Vietcong against South Vietnam; Emphasis on the liberation movements in Cambodia.


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