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Democracy in Action: Decentralisation in Post-Conflict Cambodia
The process of democratisation in post-conflict Cambodia has been problematic. Almost two decades after the UN-led intervention in 1993, democracy in Cambodia remains shallow, as evidenced by various studies. Three main ...
Development Intervention on the Ground. Inherent rationales of aid and their encounter with local dynamics in three Cambodian villages
The study is motivated by the maintained needs to scrutinise and critically reflect upon interventionist rationales in development assistance, to put development intervention in perspective by regarding it as part of the ...
Negotiating Memories: Survivor Narratives of Victimhood in Post-Conflict Cambodia
This thesis seeks to deepen our understanding of the complexity of victimhood as constructed in narratives. To this end, it explores how people who have been socially and politically ascribed as perpetrators construct and ...