Twenty years ago the Paris Peace Accords promised a new dawn for Cambodia. How has the country fared? By Dr. Markus Karbaum
This month marks the twentieth anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords. The agreement that supposedly marked the end of hostilities and the beginning of reconstruction in Cambodia was the conclusion of four years of talks that brought together the United Nations secretary general, four Cambodian factions and 18 representatives from other states. It was by no means an easy feat.