Why Preah Vihear Should be Returned to Thailand

Journalist Duncan Stearn takes a closer look at the International Court of Justice ruling on the border dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over the Preah Vihear temple ruins and changes his view on which country is in the right. More

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Published by Proglen
Words: 6,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987090287
About Duncan Stearn

Duncan Stearn is a freelance journalist, historian, and traveller with a love of greyhound and horse racing. These diverse interests have led to the publication of 10 books since 1985, covering history (Brief History of the Thirty Years War and the English Civil War, Chronology of South-East Asian History 1400-1996); travel (Pattaya ‘Patpong on Steroids’); greyhound (The Ultimate Accolade) and horse racing (Bernborough, Australia’s Greatest Racehorse).

He has written articles for publications such as Turf Monthly, The Australian Magazine, Adelaide Review, Daily Telegraph (Sydney), The Nation (Bangkok), Asia-Pacific Tropical Homes, Journal of Siam Society and many others.

He has lived in Thailand since the end of 1999.

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