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1. The Samlaut Rebellion and its Aftermath, 1967-70: The Origins of Cambodia's Liberation Movement, Monash University, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, 1975. 100 p.

2. (en collaboration) The Early Phases of Liberation in Northwestern Cambodia: Conversations with Peang Sophi, Monash University, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, 1976.

3. (en collaboration) Khmers Rouges! Matériaux pour l'histoire du communisme au Cambodge, Paris: Albin Michel, 1981.

4. (en collaboration) Peasants and Politics in Kampuchea, 1942-1981, London: Zed Books and New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1982.

5. (en collaboration) Revolution and its Aftermath in Kampuchea: Eight Essays, New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Council, 1983.

6. How Pol Pot Came To Power: A History of Communism in Kampuchea, 1930-1975, London: Verso, 1985. 430 p. (Reprinted 1986, 1987.) In Khmer: Phnom Penh, SPK, 433 p., 2 vols., 1992.

7. Cambodia: The Eastern Zone Massacres, Columbia University, Center for the Study of Human Rights, Documentation Series No. 1, 1986. 100 p.

8. (en collaboration) Cambodge: Histoire et enjeux, 1945-1985, Paris: L'Harmattan, 1986.

9. (en collaboration) Burchett: Reporting the Other Side of the World, 1939-1983, London: Quartet, 1986.

10. (en collaboration) Pol Pot Plans the Future: Confidential Leadership Documents from Democratic Kampuchea, 1976-77, New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Council, 1988.

11. (en collaboration) Genocide and Democracy in Cambodia: The Khmer Rouge, the United Nations, and the International Community, New Haven: Yale Southeast Asia Council, 1993.

12. (en collaboration) Indochina: Social and Cultural Change, Claremont, Ca.: Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies, 1994. 

13. The Pol Pot Regime: Race, Power and Genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, 1975-1979, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996, 2nd ed., 2002, 477 p.

14. Le Génocide au Cambodge, 1975-1979: race, idéologie et pouvoir, Paris, Gallimard/NRF, 1998, 725 p.

15. (en collaboration) The Specter of Genocide: Mass Murder in Historical Perspective, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

16. How Pol Pot Came to Power: Colonialism, Nationalism and Communism in Cambodia, 1930-1975, 2nd. ed., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004.

17.(en collaboration) Conflict and Change in Cambodia, edited with an Introduction by Ben Kiernan, London: Routledge, 2006.

18. Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007.

19. Genocide and Resistance in Southeast Asia: Documentation, Denial and Justice in Cambodia and East Timor, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 2008.


1. 'La révolte de Samlaut,' Approches-Asie, Nos. 5-6, 1980-81 : 5-50, 59-85.

2. 'Genocide and "Ethnic Cleansing"', in Robert I. Wuthnow, ed., The Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion, Washington, Congressional Quarterly, 1998 : 294-299.

3. 'The Cambodian Genocide and Its Leaders,' in Israel Charney, ed., The Encyclopedia of Genocide, Oxford, ABC-Clio, 1999 : 129-132.

4. 'Enver Pasha and Pol Pot: A Comparison of the Cambodian and Armenian Genocides', in Studies in Comparative Genocide, L. Chorbajian and G. Shirinian, eds., Macmillan, London, 1999 : 165-181.

5. 'My Introduction to Genocide,' in Yael Danieli, ed., Sharing the Front Line and the Back Hills: International Protectors and Providers, foreword by Kofi Annan, United Nations/Baywood, 2001 : 267-68.

6. 'The Ethnic Element in the Cambodian Genocide,' in Daniel Chirot and Martin E. P. Seligman, eds., Ethnopolitical Warfare: Causes, Consequences, and Possible Solutions, Washington, D.C., American Psychological Association Press, 2001 : 83-91.

7. 'Cambogia: Giustizia posposta,' in Storia, verita, giustizia: I crimini del XX secolo, a cura di Marcello Flores, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2001 : 171-79.

8. 'Comparing Genocides: Some Underlying Themes,' Rwanda and South Africa in Dialogue: Addressing the Legacies of Genocide and a Crime Against Humanity, C. Villa-Vicencio and T. Savage, eds., Cape Town: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, 2001 : 18-21, 96.

9. 'Studying the Roots of Genocide,' in Will Genocide Ever End ?, Carol Rittner et al., eds., Aegis Trust, London and Paragon House, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2002 : 141-45.

10. (guest editor), Critical Asian Studies, vol. 34, no. 4 (déc 2002) [Numéro spécial sur le Cambodge : Conflict and change in Cambodia.
11. “Studying the Roots of Genocide,” in Will Genocide Ever End ?, edited by Carol Rittner, J.K. Roth, and James M. Smith (St. Paul, MN, Paragon House, 2002), pp. 141-45.

12. “Conflict in Cambodia,” in Kai Ambos and Mohamed Othman, eds., New Approaches in International Criminal Justice: Kosovo, East Timor, Sierra Leone, and Cambodia (Freiburg im Bresgau: Max Planck Institute for International Criminal Law, 2003), pp. 173-88.

13. “The Study of Mass Murder and Genocide,” and “Investigating Genocide,” with Robert Gellately, Introduction and Conclusion to The Specter of Genocide (New York, Cambridge, 2003), pp. 3-26, 373-80.

14. “Twentieth Century Genocides: Underlying Ideological Themes from Armenia to East Timor,” in The Specter of Genocide, pp. 29-51.

15. “War, Genocide, and Resistance in East Timor, 1975-1999: Comparative Reflections on Cambodia,” in Mark Selden and Alvin Y. So, eds., War and State Terror: The United States, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific in the Long Twentieth Century, Lanham, MD, Routledge, 2003, pp. 199-233.

16. “The Cambodian Genocide, 1975-1979: A Critical Review,” and “Eyewitness Accounts,” revised and updated chapter for the second edition of S. Totten, W. Parsons, and I. Charny, eds., Century of Genocide: Critical Essays and First-Person Accounts, New York, Routledge, 2004, pp. 339-373.

17. “Khmer Rouge,” “Pol Pot,” and “Sparta,” in Dinah L. Shelton, Editor-in-Chief, The Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity, Thomson Gale, Detroit/New York, 2005, pp. 608-13, 819-20, 986-88.

18. “Preface” to Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda: New Perspectives, ed. Susan E. Cook, Yale Center for International and Area Studies, Genocide Studies Program Monograph Series No. 1, New Haven, 2004, pp. i-iii. Republished by Transaction Books, New Jersey, 2006.

19. “External and Indigenous Sources of Khmer Rouge Ideology,” in The Third Indochina War: Conflict between China, Vietnam and Cambodia, 1972-79, ed. by Odd Arne Westad and Sophie Quinn-Judge, London, Routledge, 2006, pp. 187-206.

20. “Indochina,” in The Encyclopedia of Modern Europe, Part I, Europe 1789 to 1914: Encyclopedia of the Age of Industry and Empire, ed. by John Merriman and Jay Winter, Detroit, Scribner Library of Modern Europe/Thomson Gale, 2006, vol. 3, Ibsen to Owen, pp. 1137-46.

21. “What we can learn from Indonesian Islam,” in T.N. Srinavasan, ed., The Future of Secularism, New York, Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 181-85.


1. 'Penser le génocide au Cambodge', Le Monde, 28 mai 1998.

2. 'Genocide and "Ethnic Cleansing"' in Genozid in der Modernen Geschichte, Stig Forster und Gerhard Hirschfeld (Hrsg.), Jahrbuch fur Historische Friedenforschung, 7, 1998, Munster, LIT, 1999 : 35-47.

3. 'Bloody Tourists in a Land of Skulls,' London Guardian/Observer, 3 January 1999; 'Désolés pour le génocide', Le Monde, 5 janvier 1999; 'Sorry About that Khmer Genocide', Bangkok Nation, 13 January 1999. (with Dith Pran and Youk Chhang).

4. 'Implication and Accountability', Bangkok Post, 29 January 1999. Khmer translation in Reaksmei Kampuchea, 23 January 1999.

5. 'Cambodia's Terror Lords Must Not Evade Trial,' San Jose Mercury News, 7 March 1999.

6. 'Le communisme raciale des Khmers rouges. Un génocide et son négationnisme: le cas du Cambodge,' Esprit (Paris), no. 252, mai 1999 : 93-127.

7. 'Notes from a Slaughterhouse: Khmer Rouge Atrocities,' Bangkok Post, May 30, 1999.

8. 'Sur la notion de genocide,' Le Débat (Paris), 104, mars-avril 1999 : 179-192; 'Sul concetto di genocidio', I Viaggi di Erodoto, 38/39, giugno-novembre 1999 : 4-16; 'Sobre la noció de genocidi,' El Contemporani (Barcelona), 20, gener-abril 2000 : 47-54.

9. 'Thy Neighbour's Life,' Bangkok Post, June 4, 2000.

10. 'Australia's Aboriginal Genocides,' Bangkok Post, September 10, 2000.

11. 'Le génocide cambodgien: la part du racisme,' Histoire, no. 248, novembre 2000 : 4.

12. 'Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Justice,' Human Rights Review, 1:3, 2000 : 92-108; in Catalan, 'Lliurar els khmers rojos a la justicia,' El Contemporani, 24, juliol-desembre 2001 : 70-78.

13. 'Australia's Aboriginal Genocide,' Yale Journal of Human Rights, 1:1, 2001 : 49-56.

14. 'The Genocide of Native Americans,' Bangkok Post, July 29, 2001.

15. 'Els genocides abans de l'Holocaust,' El Contemporani, 23, gener-juny 2001 : 70-78.

16. 'Myth, Nationalism and Genocide,' Journal of Genocide Research, 3:2, 2001 : 187-206.

17. 'Ke Pauk', London Guardian, February 21, 2002.

18. 'Cover-Up and Denial of Genocide: Australia, the USA, East Timor and the Aborigines,' Critical Asian Studies, 34:2, June 2002, 163-192: cliquez ici
19. “Dramatic U-Turn for US and Australia,” Bangkok Post, 19 May 2002.

20. “‘Collateral Damage’ Means Real People,” Bangkok Post, 20 October 2002; ‘«Danys col·laterals» significa persones de carn i ossos,’ El Contemporani, no. 27 (2003).

21. “Conflict in Cambodia, 1945-2002”, Critical Asian Studies, 34:4, December 2002, pp. 483-95; introductory notes to documents, pp. 496, 611-12.

22. “From Cambodia to Iraq: The USA and International Law,” Bangkok Post, 11 May 2003.

23. “‘Collateral Damage’ from Cambodia to Iraq, ”Antipode 35:5, 2003, pp. 846-55.

24. “The Demography of Genocide in Southeast Asia:The Death Tolls in Cambodia, 1975-79, and East Timor, 1975-1980,” Critical Asian Studies, 35:4, December 2003, pp.

25. “Le Premier Génocide: Carthage, 146 A.C.,” Diogène 203, juillet-septembre 2003, pp. 32-48; “The First Genocide: Carthage, 146 BC,” Diogenes 203 (2004), pp. 27-39; “El Primer genocidio: Cartago (146 A.C.),” Diogènes, 20 de mayo, 2005 (online only : cliquez ici )

26. “Preface to the Second Edition,” in How Pol Pot Came to Power: Colonialism, Nationalism and Communism in Cambodia, 1930-1975, Yale University Press, 2004, pp. ix-xxxviii.

27. “Coming to Terms with the Past: Cambodia,” History Today (London), September 2004, pp. 16-19.

28. “Recovering History and Justice in Cambodia,” Comparativ 14 (2004), Heft 5/6, pp. 76-85.

29. “Interview with Ben Kiernan,” Aztag Daily (Beirut), June 10, 2004 (in Armenian and English).

30. “Widening Circles of Genocide,” Elihu Bulletin, Fall 2004, pp. 12-13.

31. “The Cambodian Genocide and Imperial Culture,” in 90 Years of Denial, special publication of Aztag Daily (Beirut) and Armenian Weekly (Boston), April 2005, pp. 20-21.

32. Review of Khieu Samphan, Prowatttisat kampuchea thmey thmey nih ning koul chomhor rebos khnyom cia bontor bontoap (“Cambodia’s Recent History and My successive Standpoints”), in The Long Term View (Massachusetts School of Law at Andover) 6:3, 2005, 32-36.

33. Review of Philip Short, Pol Pot: The History of a Nightmare, in the Times Higher Education Supplement, February 25, 2005.

34. Introductory note to a review of Memoirs of a Rebel Journalist. The Autobiography of Wilfred Burchett, ed. by George Burchett and Nick Shimmin, UNSW Press, 2005 (with Stuart Macintyre); in Japan Focus, and History News Network, November 2 and 3, 2005.

35. “Pol Pot’s Rise to Power,” in Southeast Asian History: Essential Readings, edited by D.R. Sar Desai, Boulder, Westview, 2006, pp. 379-92.

36. “Bombs over Cambodia” (with Taylor Owen), The Walrus (Canada), Oct. 2006, pp. 62-69.

37. “Hitler, Pol Pot, and Hutu Power: Distinguishing Themes of Genocidal Ideology,” UN, Holocaust and the United Nations Discussion Paper Series, No. 3, 2007: cliquez ici.

38. “From Sparta to Darfur : A Long History of Genocide,” interview with Jerry Fowler, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Committee on Conscience, Sept. 27, 2007: cliquez ici

39. “Blood and Soil : the global history  of genocide” (openDemocracy, Oct. 11, 2007) :  cliquez ici.

40. “Foreword” to Dancing in Shadows: Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in Cambodia, by Benny Widyono (Lanham, Md., Rowman and Littlefield, 2008), pp. xvii-xxvi.

41. “Pakistan: Cost of a Genocide Ignored,” Australian Literary Review 2:11 (Dec. 2007), pp. 5, 7.


1. The Cambodian Genocide Data Bases (Cambodian Genocide Program, Yale University, Director: Ben Kiernan), cliquez ici; CD-Rom version 2.0, Jan. 1999.

2. 'Cambodia', and 'Khmer Rouge', in Microsoft Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia.



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