Kampuchean


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Kampuchean

1. of or relating to Kampuchea, a former name for Cambodia, or its inhabitants
2. a native or inhabitant of Kampuchea
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(49) The win-win policy thereby achieves the promises of 7 January 1979, celebrated by the CPP as the 'nation's second birthday', when the Kampuchean United Front for National Salvation, out of which the PRK government would develop, with Vietnamese backing, overthrew the Khmer Rouge-regime of Democratic Kampuchea.
In December 1978, Vietnam announced formation of the Kampuchean United Front for National Salvation (KUFNS) under Heng Samrin, a former DK division commander.
Put in Foucauldian terms--which, oddly, Tyner does not do, though he quotes Foucault at length throughout the book--Angkar functioned as the Kampuchean panopticon.
In December 1978 opponents of the Khmer Rouge formed the Kampuchean (or Khmer) National United Front for National Salvation with Vietnamese assistance and guidance, and it was in their name that Vietnamese forces invaded Cambodia that month.
After visiting the Cat Tien forest preserve, students hike battlefields and Ho Chi Minh trail remnants along the Laos and Kampuchean borders near Dak To.
How unreliable and exposed to changing political whims General Assembly practice can be, is illustrated by the Kampuchean incident in the late 1970s.
Even in this 20th century, on Kampuchean soil the clique of Pol Pot criminals had committed a heinous genocidal act.
No doubt former Premier Pol Pot, the head of the Kampuchean People's Republic who masterminded a campaign of terror that killed at least 1.7 million Cambodians, should top the list, but he died in April 1998.
Although Kampuchean Krom support from lay leaders and monks has been crucial for the expansion of Cambodian Buddhist temples in Ontario, most of their transnational networks have been established apart from the larger Cambodian community.
(8.) Stephen Keller, "Kampuchean Refugee Relief," unpublished paper, p.