Many Khmer Rouge leaders died before they could be indicted, and attempts to prosecute other suspects were blocked by the Cambodian government. Now, attention is turning to the tribunal’s legacy.
Studying medication use in a traumatized population of immigrants required pharmacists to listen to and learn from trusted community health workers.
Does there need to be a conviction for a genocide to be recognised by the law?
A potentially historic ruling on genocide by a tribunal in Cambodia on Friday could unsettle understandings of the past among Cambodians - and create a precedent in international law.
A new Netflix series focusing on tourism to sites of historic disasters or atrocities delivers no more than a contemporary version of a freak show.
Research on profound human suffering requires more than intellectual understanding of legal and political mechanics. It requires a human journey that goes deeply into victims’ experiences and needs.
The accounts of survivors of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge show how they were able to find justice and healing by breaking their silence and speaking on behalf of those who were killed.
First They Killed My Father works hard to achieve authenticity in a genre that is as old as cinema itself.
There are fears that the withdrawal of countries from the ICC would mark the end of international criminal justice in Africa. This need not be the case.