In Cambodia: Report from a Stricken Land, former Southeast Asia correspondent for the New York Times and Pulitzer Prize winner Henry Kamm gives a clear and definitive history of contemporary Cambodia from 1970 to the present. For more than thirty years, Kamm's high-level political and military connections allowed him unparalleled access to the leaders who shaped Cambodia into what it is today.
Bringing to this work a unique expertise on Southeast Asia, he provides a poignant but clear-eyed portrait of a people and a beleaguered and complex country. For the first time, Kamm offers Western readers a much-needed analysis and understanding of those thirty turbulent years of revolution, invasion, coups d'etat, and genocide.
|Title:||Cambodia: Report From a Stricken Land|
|Dimensions:||6.5 x 9.5 x 1.10 inches - Hardcover|
|Weight:||1.4 pounds - Hardcover|
|Dimensions:||6.2 x 9.2 x 0.80 inches - Paperback|
|Weight:||1 pound - Paperback|
|File Size (Kindle):||444 KB|
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