Justice and the Khmer Rouge: concepts of just response to the crimes of the democratic Kampuchean regime in Buddhism and the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia at the time of the Khmer Rouge tribunal

Gray, T. 2011. Justice and the Khmer Rouge: concepts of just response to the crimes of the democratic Kampuchean regime in Buddhism and the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia at the time of the Khmer Rouge tribunal. Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University, Sweden.

TitleJustice and the Khmer Rouge: concepts of just response to the crimes of the democratic Kampuchean regime in Buddhism and the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia at the time of the Khmer Rouge tribunal
AuthorsGray, T.
Year2011
PublisherCentre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University, Sweden
Publication dates
Published2011
SeriesWorking papers in contemporary Asian studies
ISBN9789197808262
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