- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- List of Abbreviations
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- Table of Instruments
- Preamble I Discourse, Time, and Space
- 1 Progression (Cambodia’s Three Transitions)
- 2 Time (The Khmer Institute of Democracy)
- 3 Space (Center for Social Development and the Public Sphere)
- Preamble II Re/enactment
- 4 Aesthetics (Theary Seng, Vann Nath, and Victim Participation)
- 5 Performance (Reach Sambath, Public Affairs, and “Justice Trouble”)
- 6 Discipline (Uncle Meng and the Trials of the Foreign)
- Preamble III Breaking the Silence
- 7 Subjectivity (DC-Cam and the ECCC Outreach Tour)
- 8 Normativity (Civil Party Testimony)
- 9 Disposition (Youk Chhang, Documenter and Survivor)
- ECCC Timeline
- References Cited
Uncle San and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
- (p.1) Preface
- The Justice Facade
Alexander Laban Hinton
- Oxford University Press
Uncle San’s eyes are closed.
He dozes in a dirty white hammock knotted to the trunk of a tree, thick roots sunk deep into the ground. He clasps his hands behind his head, his lips curled into a frown. Uncle San dreams, nightmares of violence and suffering, memories from the past. While sitting on a raised platform and sipping tea in his rural Cambodian village, Uncle San explains what happened....
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