Hun Sen: The Blood-Drenched Opportunist of Asia
Will America Ever Recognize This Samoan War Hero?
How the Marines Pulled Off an Impossible Rescue in Cambodia
After the Khmer Rouge captured an American merchant ship, Staff Sgt. Fofomaitulagi Tulifua Tuitele led his men on a mission to save the crew. They had no idea what awaited them.
These Marines Went to Rescue Hostages—Who Weren’t There
Gerald Ford sent Marines to a remote island to rescue American hostages. They faced a superior enemy—and were operating off bad intel.
Can We Inherit Memories of the Holocaust and Other Horrors?
In the trailblazing field of epigenetics, researchers are finding evidence that the descendants of victims of atrocities are inheriting those experiences in their DNA.
BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO
Angelina Jolie on Her ‘Painful’ Split From Brad Pitt
One year on, Angelina Jolie is talking about her divorce from Brad Pitt, and has intimated that making her new Cambodian genocide movie may have informed her decision to split.
Trump Attacks the Press, Cambodia Winds Up Collateral Damage
It’s doubtful the U.S. president gives much thought to Cambodia, but his hostility to the U.S. press and any form of opposition has a powerful impact in Phnom Penh nonetheless.
Angelina Breaks Her Silence on Divorce
The actress and activist has given her first public comments on her divorce battle in a tearful interview with the BBC to promote her new Cambodian war epic.
Ratting Out Cambodian Land Mines
Millions of landmines have outlived the conflicts in which they were embedded. Now rats and dogs are being used in Cambodia and elsewhere to sniff them out.