Cambodia and the International Community: The Quest for Peace, Development, and Democracy

About the Publication

More than five years after the Paris Agreements established a blueprint for achieving peace in Cambodia, and four years after the United Nations administered Cambodia's first genuinely democratic elections, Cambodian peace and democracy have been shattered and socioeconomic development left in jeopardy by Hun Sen's successful coup. This timely volume provides thoughtful and balanced perspectives on many of the key issues now facing Cambodia, including achieving peace and reconciliation, sustainable economic growth and development, the prospects for democracy, and the appropriate role of the international community. For customers in Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Japan only. Customers in Cambodia may order copies from the Phnom Penh Post.

Co-publication: ISEAS / Asia Society

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies / Asia Society

Contents

Preliminary pages
1. Introduction: Peace, Development and Democracy in Cambodia: Shattered Hopes, by Frederick Brown, contributor
2. The Burden of Cambodia's Past, by David P Chandler, contributor
4. Peacebuilding in Cambodia: The Continuing Quest for Power and Legitimacy, by Michael W Doyle, contributor
5. The Challenge of Sustainable Economic Growth and Development in Cambodia, by Naranhkiri Tith, contributor
6. Rural Development in Cambodia: The View from the Village, by Judy L Ledgerwood, contributor
7. Logging in Cambodia: Politics and Plunder, by Kirk Talbott, contributor
8. Building Democracy in Cambodia: Problems and Prospects, by Lao Mong Hay, contributor
9. Cambodia and the International Community: The Road Ahead, by Kao Kim Hourn, contributor
3.The Failure of Conflict Resolution in Cambodia: Causes and Lessons, by David W Ashley, contributor
Suggestions for Further Reading, About the Contributors

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