The Khmer Rouge Tribunal—"Asia's Nuremberg"—was created in 1997 to bring accountability for the Khmer Rouge era atrocities. 20 years and $320 million later, it has secured only three convictions.
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A decade after Murray Bookchin’s death, Wes Enzinna travelled to Rojava, the Kurdish-controlled area of northern Syria, to meet the revolutionaries he inspired.
As a part of his project exploring the impact of the refugee crisis in the EU, Ben Mauk visits Germany's post-industrial Ruhr Valley.