Volume 3 – December 2014

The Boeung Kak Development Project: For Whom and For What? Poor Land Development Practices as a Challenge for Building Sustainable Peace in Cambodia

Download PDF: English Using the Boeung Kak Lake development project (BKDP) as a case study, this paper explores how poor land development practices in Cambodia impede positive peace building. Viewed within the context of the country’s unfinished and prolonged land registration and legal reform efforts, the paper argues that there are

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Affirming Cambodia’s Sovereignty Over “Stones” That “Express” “Our Essence”: ICJ’S Interpretation of Its Judgment in the Temple of Preah Vihear Case

Download PDF: English The eleventh-century Preah Vihear Temple is a key monument of the Khmer Empire. It mainly represents the home of Shiva, a key Hindu god. It gives its name to Cambodia’s Preah Vihear province and, as a listed UNESCO World Heritage site, is an important source of tourist income for Cambodia. But the

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How Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Programs Could Have Facilitated the Establishment of Long-term Conflict Prevention in Post-Conflict Cambodia

Download PDF: English Since the mid-1990s, the international community, members of Cambodian civil society, and the Cambodian Ministry of Defense have stressed the importance of reducing the number of soldiers in the Cambodian army.[2] According to data collected by the London-based International Institute for Security Studies, in 2014 Cambodia had a civil-military

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Volume 3 - December 2014

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