GUESTS: Naranhkiri Tith Professor of International Economics and Southeast Asian Economics, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies Richard Fisher Senior Policy Analyst, Asian Studies Center, Heritage Foundation Almost two million Cambodians died during Pol Pot's reign in the late 1970s. Now, the notorious Khmer Rouge leader has reportedly been captured by his former loyalists, tried, and sentenced to life imprisonment for murder, rape and other war-time atrocities. Join guest host Richard Harris for a discussion about Pol Pot's legacy, the Khmer Empire and the future of Cambodia ...on the next Talk of the Nation.

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