Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1994

Cambodia's New Deal

William Shawcross describes the central features of the contemporary situation in Cambodia - including the problem of the Khmer Rouge, the role of Sihanouk, and the prospects for a coalition - and he analyzes the new government and how it functions. He also focuses on Cambodia's principal problems, from border disputes to Thai involvement with the Khmer Rouge, and what might be done to begin coping with them.

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