CAMBODIA and the KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL

 

Chronology of Khmer Rouge Tribunal

 

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

 

United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT)

 

Introduction to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal – DC Cam 2005

 

Monographs published by the Documentation Center of Cambodia

 

Voice of Takeo  A pilot fear assessment with respect to possible witnesses of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (PDF)     

 

2007

August:

 

Literature and Genocide in Cambodia

 

Cambodian Government Heeds Call to Keep Judge at Genocide Tribunal
 
UN Urges Cambodia to Reconsider Judge's Transfer from Genocide Tribunal
 

'Cambodia trials won't slow down'

 

July:

Prosecutors Identify Suspects in Khmer Rouge Trial

Statement of the Co-Prosecutors

 

Cambodia's Khmer Rouge Tribunal Running Out of Money

 

June:

Interview with You Bun Leng, Co-investigating judge ECCC

May:

 

Judges Meet to Keep Ball Rolling on Cambodian Genocide Trials

 

Coping with the Psychological Trauma of the Khmer Rouge

Judge says Cambodian Genocide Tribunal in Jeopardy if Court Rules Not Adopted

Cambodia Seeking Justice in the Killing Fields

 

Terror’s Advocate

 

Press Release on Plenary Session

Bid to End Deadlock in Cambodia Genocide Tribunal 

 

Cambodia Genocide Judges Meeting Again to Finalize Internal Rules

 

Villagers Find and Loot Cambodian Killing Field

 

The Need to Study the History of Democratic Kampuchea

 

Cambodian Leader to Stop Talking About Khmer Rouge Genocide Tribunal

 

Resolution, Not Revenge

 

The People vs. Khmer Rouge

 

Process Remains Fraught in Decades-Long Wait for Justice in Cambodia

Forum Finds Tribunal Angst Over Cooperation, Money

Cambodia Tribunal Clears Procedural Hurdle

 

April:

With Lower Fees, Tribunal Judges Ready to Move Forward

U.N. Finally Sees Smooth Path to Khmer Rouge Trial

 

Statement from the International Judges of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

 

High Fees Dropped for Cambodia's Khmer Rouge Tribunal

 

Review of Genocide Project: A History of Democratic Kampuchea

 

Cambodian-Penned Khmer Rouge Genocide History Book to be Unveiled

 

The Collective for Khmer Rouge Victims Says a Trial Which Would Not

Bring Justice to Victims Would Be Worse Than No Trial at All

 

ADHOC Creates Nationwide Network Providing Information and Watching Khmer Rouge Tribunal

 

Khmer Rouge Irrigation Development in Cambodia

 

Pran Still Just Wants to Know: Why?

 

Time Short for Genocide Justice in Cambodia

 

Official: Press on With Khmer Tribunal

 

Revisiting Genocide and Learning about Legal Justice

 

Cambodian Judges in Khmer Rouge Tribunal Say Ultimatum Uncalled For

 

Press Release: Issued at the Request of the National Judges of the ECCC

 

NGOs Blast Bar Association on Tribunal, as Diplomats Remain Hopeful

 

Cambodian NGO Launches European Commission Funded Project for DK Trials

 

International Khmer Rouge Trial Judges Announce Boycott

 

International Judges of ECCC Say April Plenary is Not Possible

 

March:

 

Buddhist Leader's Body Subject of Global Dispute

 

Cambodian Bar Association Accuses Foreign Judges of Hindering Khmer Rouge Tribunal

 

Legal Issues Dominate Discussion

 

Khmer Rouge Genocide Trial Back on Track

 

Workshop Set for Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia

 

Cham Muslim Youth and Law Students Tour: Learning about Genocide and the ECCC

 

Bar Fee Dispute Delays Khmer Rouge Hearings

 

Chief Defense Lawyer Vows to Prevent Collapse of Khmer Rouge Tribunal

 

Khmer Rouge Trial Rules Agreed at Last 

UN Louise Arbour: All Countries Deserve Scrutiny when it comes to Human Rights, Including Cambodia

 

Despite Delays, Cambodia Foreign Minister Sees Khmer Rouge Trial Taking Place

 

Too Much Too Young

 

Cambodian Tribunal Mired by Dispute

 

Bar Association OKs Foreign Lawyers, With Fees and Controls

 

Major Barrier to Khmer Rouge Trials is Removed

 

My Father, Pol Pot's Butcher

 

UN Spokesperson: Judicial Committee Meets to Discuss Khmer Rouge Trials

 

Crisis Talks to Save Khmer Rouge Trials

 

Talks to Save Khmer Rouge Trials

 

Khmer Rouge Official to be Detained Until Late 2008

 

Khmer Rouge Judges in Last-Ditch Bid to Save Tribunals

 

List of Toul Sleng (S-21) Prisoners Who Survived in 1979

 

Jailed Ex-Khmer Rouge Prison Chief Hit with New Charges

 

Human Rights Groups Call for Khmer Rouge Trial to Follow International Standards

 

Kar Savuth: ‘I Will Request the Release of Kaing Khek Iev, Known as Duch, from Detention Awaiting Trial’

 

 

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