Cambodians admire US they aim to lean on

Seper, Chris
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/19/99, Vol. 91 Issue 58, p1
Focuses on the admiration of the United States among people in Cambodia. The US as a symbol of democracy; US calls for an international tribunal for the Khmer Rouge, the Communist regime responsible for the deaths of more than 1 million Cambodians; History of US intervention in Southeast Asia and its one time support of the regime.


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