Saturday, February 1, 2014

More from the Court

And another one. Hybrid Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, to be published this month, will show how the Khmer Rouge Tribunal was created and how its unique legal and institutional features and political in-fighting have often impaired the court’s ability to deliver credible justice, connect to victims, manage resources responsibly, and leave a positive legacy for the rule of law in Cambodia. Authors John D. Ciorciari, and Anne Heindel have put together a 464-page tome and University of Michigan Press will publish it.

Shippen's informative and entertaining text illustrated by his distinctive and highly personal photography presents a wide-ranging introduction to the many facets of Cambodia for resident and visitor alike. The main text is accompanied by sidebars or box stories that highlight details of particular interest, provide anecdotal information and give a lively and reader-friendly look to the book. 160 pages.

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