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The Great Victory

deeds of political and military struggle. It is impossible to exaggerate either the world significance of this victory, or the immense human qualities of the peoples who defeated and humiliated the ... struggle was always seen as both m ilitary and political, with po litics playing a m ajor part. The struggle was above all a people’s war fo r national independence, with all the consequences flow ing from

Briefings: 1. Good Evans? 2. Shooting the Messenger 3. Hijacked 4. After the Party

, the Khmer Rouge's international pres­ tige and political power would suffer Hayden had never shared) for in­ clusion of the Khmer Rouge in a future Cambodian government. Evans an­ nounced this the day ... after John Pilger's documentary film, Cambodia Year Ten, was shown on Australian television. The film had highlighted the plight of Cambodia under Khmer Rouge attack and the West's political support for

Cambodia, Laos and the Vietnam War

left alone. The NLF has changed the character of the struggle to a political one and there will only be a political struggle for years to come. So the military affair is Cam bodia which becomes a ... election in 1972 and if he has not withdrawn all com bat troops by the time the convention is held in July 1972 he will be in a very shaky political position and may not win the election at all. H e has

Profile: Hun Sen

At the age of forty Hun Sen has already reached the peak of his political career. His place in Cambodian politics, however, has never been as ambiguous as now. His rise from obscurity and onto the ... have been executed, Hun Sen defected to Vietnam and thus began his career in politics. Hun Sen the politician must be un­ derstood in the context of traditions of Cambodian political leadership and

Profile: Hun Sen

At the age of forty Hun Sen has already reached the peak of his political career. His place in Cambodian politics, however, has never been as ambiguous as now. His rise from obscurity and onto the ... have been executed, Hun Sen defected to Vietnam and thus began his career in politics. Hun Sen the politician must be un­ derstood in the context of traditions of Cambodian political leadership and

Briefings: 1. Dangerous Liaisons 2. Love Thy Neighbour 3. A Democrat story 4. Exhausted

their allies a share in Cambodia's political future— despite their com­ parative military weakness, China's goals in Southeast Asia have long centred on its rivalry with Viet­ nam. Shunned by the United ... agreement provide for a genocide trial of the Pol Pot leader­ ship. The UN has legitim ised the Khmer Rouge as a political force, al­ lowing it to establish an office in Phnom Penh and to appoin t the onetime

Briefings: 1. Dangerous Liaisons 2. Love Thy Neighbour 3. A Democrat story 4. Exhausted

their allies a share in Cambodia's political future? despite their com? parative military weakness, China's goals in Southeast Asia have long centred on its rivalry with Viet? nam. Shunned by the United ... agreement provide for a genocide trial of the Pol Pot leader? ship. The UN has legitim ised the Khmer Rouge as a political force, al? lowing it to establish an office in Phnom Penh and to appoin t the onetime

Briefings: Rouge Awakening

. The inter­ national community has given the Khmer Rouge valuable time to ag­ gressively expand its military control, move into the political arena, stock­ pile weapons, and collect vast sumsof money ... resoluteinternational action, they will become an integral part of the country’s political future, despite their genocidal record in power in 1975-79, when 1.5 million Cambodi­ ans died at their hands. Western diplomats

Briefings: Rouge Awakening

. The inter? national community has given the Khmer Rouge valuable time to ag? gressively expand its military control, move into the political arena, stock? pile weapons, and collect vast sumsof money ... resoluteinternational action, they will become an integral part of the country?s political future, despite their genocidal record in power in 1975-79, when 1.5 million Cambodi? ans died at their hands. Western diplomats

Briefings: 1. Good Evans? 2. Shooting the Messenger 3. Hijacked 4. After the Party

, the Khmer Rouge's international pres? tige and political power would suffer Hayden had never shared) for in? clusion of the Khmer Rouge in a future Cambodian government. Evans an? nounced this the day ... after John Pilger's documentary film, Cambodia Year Ten, was shown on Australian television. The film had highlighted the plight of Cambodia under Khmer Rouge attack and the West's political support for

Briefings: 1. Rubbery figures 2. Serb Apart 3. Killjoys 4. Cambodia’s Saddam? 5. Into the Void 6.

keen to rubbish its internal dissidents than it is to pursue its political task of opposi­ tion. On 1 May, Nick Greiner had a memo from the deputy secretary of the NSW Treasury, Michael Lambert. The ... , Yugoslavia's biggest republic At the same time, the Forum must remain true to its original principles: no for­ mal structures, leaders or political ideology. "We see our movement as something like what New Forum

Briefings: 1. Rubbery figures 2. Serb Apart 3. Killjoys 4. Cambodia’s Saddam? 5. Into the Void 6.

keen to rubbish its internal dissidents than it is to pursue its political task of opposi? tion. On 1 May, Nick Greiner had a memo from the deputy secretary of the NSW Treasury, Michael Lambert. The ... , Yugoslavia's biggest republic At the same time, the Forum must remain true to its original principles: no for? mal structures, leaders or political ideology. "We see our movement as something like what New Forum

Into the Wrong Hands

Samphan, his delegate to the negotiations, added: "The outside world keeps demand­ ing a political end to the war in Kampuchea. I could end the war now if I wanted, because the outside world is waiting for

Into the Wrong Hands

Samphan, his delegate to the negotiations, added: "The outside world keeps demand? ing a political end to the war in Kampuchea. I could end the war now if I wanted, because the outside world is waiting for

Cambodia, Laos and the Vietnam War

left alone. The NLF has changed the character of the struggle to a political one and there will only be a political struggle for years to come. So the military affair is Cam bodia which becomes a ... election in 1972 and if he has not withdrawn all com bat troops by the time the convention is held in July 1972 he will be in a very shaky political position and may not win the election at all. H e has