FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The death of prominent Khmer Rouge figure, Ieng Sary, has added further pressure to the UN-backed Cambodian war crimes tribunal to find justice for long-suffering Cambodians, with just two living defendants who have been charged with crimes against humanity.
Rarely have Beijing and its minions been seen in such a dreadful light. The arrival of mainland Chinese in their droves as developers, financiers, restaurateurs, boiler room operators, gamblers, construction workers and tourists is sorely […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The death of Ieng Sary – one of three Khmer Rouge leaders accused of genocide and war crimes before a tribunal in Phnom Penh – may have also killed off attempts […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Reaching an international consensus on banning landmines was a difficult road to travel. Along the way, it received a substantial boost from personalities like Diana, the late Princess of Wales, and […]