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Title: Lost Hope in the Neighbors: Cambodian Identity in 2015
Authors: Theara Thun
Keywords: Neighboring and foreign countries
Khmer culture
French rule Khmer Rouge
Khmer patriotism
Civil war
National Boundary
Religions/Buddhism
Rule of law/corruption
Economic growth
Monarchy
Democracy
Angkor/Preah Vihear
Development/traffic
Crime
Culture of dialogue
Historic events
Peace
World War II/USA/UN
Land grabbing/landmines
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: National University of Singapore
Citation: Theara Thun (2019). Lost Hope in the Neighbors: Cambodian Identity in 2015 : 1-20. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Across all the identity categories, discourses on neighbouring and foreign countries is the most predominant one. It represents almost twenty percent of the total identity counts+10:10. This high figure characterizes a popular trend among the elite and the masses who tend to associate their references to national identity with Cambodia’s neighbors, especially Thailand and Vietnam. Drawing upon the identity topography, it shows that both the elites and the masses share a very high percentage of negative views towards the neighbouring and foreign countries.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/236081
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