Double Vision - A History of Cambodian Refugees in Thailand
By W. Courtland Robinson
From the Foreword:
The flight of Indochinese refugees from their homeland during the 1970s and 1980s was a significant mass movement of people in human history. International organizations, NGOs as well as governments dedicated mush effort to bringing peace and safety back to Indochina and assisting those asylum seekers. The consequences of such efforts might be considered as success or failure, depending on the view of various parties involved. But the lessons from this long experience should not be left unlearned. Court Robinson makes a detailed analysis of what transpired and demonstrates how situations can be perceived differently through double vision.
Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University
Large size 205 x 290 mm