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Preah Vihear and the Jungle Lines

Published on Apr 20, 2013 by Luke Hunt

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FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — In the dusty frontier town of Sra Em, 27 kilometers from the Thai border and the disputed Preah Vihear Temple area, the sense of Cambodian nationalism is perhaps more palpable than anywhere else in the country.

In the many restaurants and beer gardens that line the town’s two roads, off-duty soldiers drink to chants of “Preah Vihear! Kampuchea!” Army camouflage is en vogue, with caps, vests and other military attire donned proudly by the town’s residents.

Read more from Kevin Ponniah in The Diplomat.