Beneath the Killing Fields of Cambodia

Sophal Ear

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2010 OFF in Oslo

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04/27/2010
Sophal Ear is a survivor of the Cambodian genocide, a development economist, and a political scientist with a special focus on Southeast Asia. Ear explains his family’s history, as they were forced to move to the countryside once the Khmer Rouge took power and re-ordered society in pursuit of the agrarian utopia that they promised the Cambodian people. 

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