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Ben Kiernan is the A. Whitney Griswold Professor of History, professor of international and area studies, and the founding director of the Genocide Studies Program at Yale University (www.yale.edu/gsp). His other books include Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur and How Pol Pot Came to Power: Colonialism, Nationalism, and Communism in Cambodia, 1930-1975, published by Yale University Press.
"Kiernan, the leading authority on modern Cambodia, meticulously examines Pol Pot's killing machine and clears up many misconceptions found in earlier studies... An important book for students of genocide as well as scholars of Southeast Asia."-Library Journal Library Journal "The most comprehensive analysis of Khmer Rouge war crimes yet."-Yale Daily News Yale Daily News "Kiernan has compiled an invaluable record of the workings of a political phenomenon of our century, a materialistic idealogy applied to the enslavement of a people." -Simon Scott Plummer, Tablet -- Simon Scott Plummer Tablet "In this authoritative work, Ben Kiernan ... explores the reasons why Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge revolution became a Cambodian nightmare."-Richard Gough, Times Higher Education Supplement -- Richard Gough Times Higher Education Supplement "This is not the first account of Pol Pot's terror... But Mr. Kiernan's is perhaps the most complete and the closest to Cambodian sources."-The Economist The Economist "Impressively researched and deeply disturbing."-Sunday Telegraph Sunday Telegraph "One of the most important contributions to the subject so far, and one which neither specialist scholars nor general readers can afford to ignore." -R.B. Smith, Asian Affairs -- R. B. Smith Asian Affairs "The most detailed history to date of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime... This book, written at an advanced level, will certainly be the benchmark against which all future research on the Khmer Rouge must be measured. Very highly recommended."-Choice Choice