Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda: New Perspectives
Edited with an Introduction by Susan E. Cook, University of Pretoria
Preface by Ben Kiernan
Yale Center for International and Area Studies,
Genocide Studies Program Monograph Series no. 1, 2004.
"Peasant Ideology and Genocide in Rwanda Under Habyarimana"
Philip Verwimp, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
"The Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese Communists:
A History of Their Relations as told in the Soviet Archives"
Dmitry Mosyakov, Institute of Oriental Studies,
Russian Academy of Sciences
"Thailand's Response to the Cambodian Genocide"
Puangthong Rungswasdisab, Independent Researcher
"The Endurance of the Cambodian Family Under the Khmer Rouge Regime: An Oral History"
Kaylanee Mam, Yale University
"Ibitero: Means and Motive in the Rwandan Genocide"
Charles K. Mironko, Yale University
"Second Life, Second Death: The Khmer Rouge After 1978"
Kelvin Rowley, Swinburne University of Technology
"Rwanda's Hutu Extremist Insurgency: An Eyewitness Perspective"
Richard Orth, Former US Defense Attaché in Kigali
"Memory and Sovereignty in Post 1979 Cambodia:
Choeung Ek and Local Genocide Memorials"
Rachel Hughes, University of Melbourne, Australia
"The Politics of Preservation in Rwanda"
Susan E. Cook, University of Pretoria