Dion Smyth

International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Vol. 19, Iss. 4, 26 Apr 2013, pp 206

For many of us, an awareness of the political affairs of Cambodia was awakened by the film 'The Killing Fields', which vividly portrayed both the violence and the vitality of the people of that troubled nation under the repression of the Khmer Rouge. For the last 20 years, Cambodia has been slowly recovering from the despotism of Pol Pot's regime and the occupation by its neighbour Vietnam, with economic growth based on textiles and tourism; the country boasts the World Heritage Angkor Wat temple complex among its portfolio of sites to visit.

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