Tag Archives: Cambodia

The Past Is Not Dead; It Is Not Even Past

In a world that is full of tragedies and atrocities, one of the worst atrocities of the last thirty years took place in the small nation of Cambodia, where Communist rule led to the death of 1/4 of the nation’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ancient Angkor

Book Review: Ancient Angkor, by Michael Freeman & Claude Jacques I’m not sure if I’m the right person to review this book, because this book contains subject areas that are particularly fierce (particularly my hostility to idolatry). Nonetheless, I will … Continue reading

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Border Conflicts: On The ASEAN Conference

For those readers who are unaware, there has been an ASEAN conference for the last two days for the nations of Southeast Asia (Thailand, Burma, Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Brunei) that has discussed a variety of … Continue reading

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