Considering Reconciliation in Post-Genocide Cambodia

image: 'Victims of the Khmer Rouge' by Matthew Klein

How does a nation come to terms with a genocide?

Between 1975 and 1979, almost a quarter of the population of Cambodia was killed under the Khmer Rouge regime.

Reconciliation for Cambodians is a complicated issue, and one that we should approach sensitively.


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