Tag Archives: Cambodia

International Intervention and Local Politics

Natasha Hamilton-Hart from the Department of Management and International Business, University of Auckland in New Zealand has reviewed the new book International Intervention and Local Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017) by Shahar Hameiri, Caroline Hughes and Fabio Scarpello. The … Continue reading

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Khmer Rouge Trials

In a new and long review, JCA co-editor Geoffrey Gunn reviews Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer, by Alexander Laban Hinton and published by Duke University Press in 2016. The book examines the crimes considered by … Continue reading

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Cambodia’s political forests

Governing Cambodia’s Forests. The International Politics of Policy Reform is a new book from NIAS Press and authored by Andrew Cock. It is reviewed for JCA by Frédéric Bourdier of the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), University Paris … Continue reading

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Gender, civil society and politics in Cambodia

In a new review posted at the JCA website, Julie Bernath writes about Mona Lilja’s Resisting Gendered Norms. Civil Society, the Juridical and Political Space in Cambodia, published by Ashgate in 2013. The publisher’s blurb states: Departing from James Scott’s … Continue reading

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Latest issue of JCA available

The latest issue of JCA, available on line and soon going to print, is Volume 45, No. 1, for 2015. The contents are: An Appreciation: Peter Limqueco by Kevin Hewison (available for free download next week and with a separate … Continue reading

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Cambodia’s politics

JCA co-editor Geoffrey Gunn has a review of the book Cambodia and the Politics of Aesthetics at the JCA website. The book, authored by Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim, is claimed to offer an understanding of “the particularities of the country’s transition … Continue reading

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Cambodian Business and Politics

In a new article, The Institutionalisation of Oknha: Cambodian Entrepreneurship at the Interface of Business and Politics, Michiel Verver of the University of Amsterdam and Heidi Dahles of Griffith University, discuss the intertwining of politics and capitalism in contemporary Cambodia. Their … Continue reading

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