"The Cambodian Genocide and Imperial Culture," Aztag Daily, April 2005
- "Justice for Cambodia," David J. Scheffer
- "Perfection is the Enemy of Justice," Gregory H. Stanton
- Conflict and Change in Cambodia, a special issue of the journal Critical Asian Studies
(December 2002), edited by Ben Kiernan
- Khmer Rouge Trial Task Force
Cambodia's 2001 Khmer Rouge Tribunal Law
Chronology of a Khmer Rouge Tribunal
Tribunal Articles by the Cambodian Genocide Program
August 7, 2001: PRI's The World, Reporter Jeb Sharp (requires Realplayer)
August 5, 2001: Khavan Sok, New momentum for Khmer Rouge trial. Bangkok Post.
Susan Cook: Prosecuting Genocide in Cambodia: The Winding Path Towards Justice. Crimes of War
Winter 2000: George Chigas, "The Trial of the Khmer Rouge: The Role of the Tuol Sleng and Santebal Archives". Harvard Asia Quarterly.
April 12, 2000: Youk Chhang, "Pol Pot Can Walk Out of the Grave". Voice of Cambodia. Youk Chhang is the Director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia.
Ben Kiernan, "Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Justice," Human Rights Review, 1,3, April-June 2000, pp. 92-108.
March 26, 2000: George Chigas, "A litmus test for Hun Sen". Bangkok Post. Analysis of tribunal-related events from 1999 to the present. Part 2 of 2.
March 19, 2000: George Chigas, "Cornering the Khmer Rouge". Bangkok Post. Analysis of tribunal-related events from 1999 to the present. Part 1 of 2.
October 31, 1999: Susan Cook and George Chigas, "Putting the Khmer Rouge on Trial". Bangkok Post.
March 7, 1999: Ben Kiernan, "Cambodia's Terror Lords Must Not Evade Trial". San Jose Mercury News.
June 2000: George Chigas, "The Politics of Defining Justice after the Cambodian Genocide". Journal of Genocide Research.
Other Tribunal Readings
September 2000: Memorandum of Understanding Between the UN and Cambodian Concerning a Tribunal.
June 8, 2000: James A. Merolla, "Rehoboth Native's Return Enlightens Students About Cambodia Horrors". Sun Chronicle.
April 23, 2000: Karen J. Coates, "25 Years After the Cambodian Genocide, Voices of the Dead and Living Demand Justice". San Jose Mercury News.
April 17, 2000: Jarrett Murphy, "Remembering the Killing Fields". CBS News.
April 17, 2000: "Judgment uncertain for Khmer Rouge". Knight Ridder Newspapers.
April 10, 2000: Kay Johnson, "Will Justice Ever Be Served?" Time Asia.
"Lost and Found: Yale researchers uncover documents of the Cambodian genocide long thought to have been lost," by My Khanh Ngo,
Yale Globalist 8:4 (summer 2008), p. 9.
"Three decades later, justice for genocide victims," by Alaina Varvaloucas. "Perpetrators of the Cambodian genocide are brought to trial, with Yale's help."Yale Herald, Sept. 26, 2008.
"Footnotes: What does Yale have to do with Cambodia ?," by Neena Satija, Yale Herald, Sept. 26, 2008.