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This article is reflecting current situation of Cambodia: Lesson Learned for All Koun Khmer
Cambodia’s future. The Bush Administration believes that a comprehensive settlement must be reached by all the parties to the conflict; that it must provide for free elections; and that an interim coalition government must be formed under Prince Sihanouk’s leadership. Secretary of State James A. Baker 3d told the Paris conference last July, “the U.S. strongly believes that the Khmer Rouge should play no role in Cambodia’s future. ” However, if Sihanouk deems it necessary, the U.S. would support the inclusion of the Khmer Rouge in a coalition government. The chief obstacle to a settlement, according to the U.S., is Hun Sen and his Vietnamese backers.
Radio Australia Khmer interviewed Mr. Sophan Seng on his book “Political Leadership Skills: Pathway for Khmer Leaders” part I. In this part, the questions coined around what is the meaning and definition of political leadership, what is democracy, and who are considered Khmer role models of good political leaders from past to present?
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