The Khmer Rouge and The Cambodian Genocide

By Olivia, Melody, Damien Settlement Options / Outcomes For Cambodians seeking refuge from the crisis which began with the Khmer Rouge, there were many places of settlement. According to the United States Committee for Refugees World Refugee Survey of 1998, “More than 75,000 Cambodians were refugees at the end of 1997, including an estimated 62,000Continue reading “The Khmer Rouge and The Cambodian Genocide”

The Khmer Rouge and the Cambodian Genocide

By Olivia, Melody, Damien Historical Context Cambodia’s history is a long and turbulent one that is mired by frequent invasions, civil wars, civilising missions, and an overall sense of subordination. The acceptance of France aid came out of years of civil war following the death of King Ang Duong in 1860, which was fought betweenContinue reading “The Khmer Rouge and the Cambodian Genocide”