Kompilasi Ben Kiernan : Kuliah dan Wawancara Tentang Genosida dan Kejahatan Terhadap Kemanusiaan, serta Studi Komparatif Genosida Kamboja dan Timor Timur

Ben Kiernan, Keynote Lecture at “Teaching about Genocide in the 20th and 21st Centuries” – YaleUniversity

Prof. Ben Kiernan: Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity – YaleUniversity

Political Violence in Southeast Asia Since 1945 : Case Studies from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam (buku yang dieditori Eve Zucker and Ben Kiernan)

Political Violence in Southeast Asia Since 1945 : Case Studies from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam

War, Genocide, and Resistance in East Timor, 1975–99: Comparative Reflections on Cambodia

Cambodia, East Timor, and the United States

Cambodia and East Timor were both subjected to genocide in 1975–79. Foreign occupying forces from Indonesia perpetrated the genocide in East Timor, while foreign occupying forces from Vietnam ended the indigenous Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia. The perpetrator regimes in Jakarta and Phnom Penh enjoyed diplomatic support from the United States, which continued after the genocides, including training and arming the Indonesian military. Until the 1990s, Washington supported Indonesia’s occupation of East Timor and voted in the UN for the exiled Khmer Rouge to represent Cambodia. Maoist ideological influence on Fretilin in East Timor and on the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia produced political purges, repression, and murder in both cases. Yet in the Cambodian case, Khmer Rouge military aggression against Vietnam,supported by China for geopolitical reasons, combined with a virulent Khmer Rouge racism that targeted foreigners and minorities for extermination, resulting in genocide. To the Maoist-influenced Fretilin regime, however, genocide came from without, in the name of anticommunism. East Timor did not attack Indonesia, but was the victim of aggression. Maoism functioned there within a multicultural nationalist party resisting foreign invasion and genocide. The political and geopolitical factors favoring genocide varied, and in each case regionalisms undercut the genocidists and the resistance, while racism and expansionism played major roles in both tragedies.

The Demography of Genocide in Southeast Asia: The Death Tolls in Cambodia, 1975-79, and East Timor, 1975-80

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Kejahatan Genosida di Timor Timur : Jejak Hitam Rezim Teror “Orde Baru” Soeharto Pasca 1965-66

Kejahatan Genosida di Timor Timur : Jejak Hitam Rezim Teror “Orde Baru” Soeharto Pasca 1965-66

Genocide in Cambodia and East Timor – Studi Perbandingan Genosida Kambodja dan Timor Timur Bersama Noam Chomsky, Ben Kiernan, Michael G. Van, Christopher Anderson

Genocide in Cambodia and East Timor – Studi Perbandingan Genosida Kambodja dan Timor Timur Bersama Noam Chomsky, Ben Kiernan, Michael G. Van, Christopher Anderson

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Daftar Isi Perpustakaan Genosida 1965-1966

Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)

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Definisi yang diusulkan D. Nersessian (2010) untuk amandemen/ optional protocol Konvensi Anti-Genosida (1948) dan Statuta Roma (2000) mengenai Pengadilan Kejahatan Internasional. (disalin dari Harry Wibowo)

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