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Stan Sesser Discusses the Current Situation in Cambodia.

Stan Sesser, a staff writer at The New Yorker magazine, just wrote a lengthy article called "Report From Cambodia." A country that's been dirt poor for several decades is experiencing a new prosperity since the United Nations peace agreement was signed last October. Oddly, the agreement calls for a sharing of power with the Khmer Rouge, an action Sesser equates with allowing the Nazis back into power in post war Germany. (The article is in the May 18, 1992 issue of The New Yorker.)

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Other segments from the episode on May 14, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 14, 1992: Interview with Stan Sesser; Interview with Christine Lahti; Review of the television shows "Strangers" and "The Red Shoe Diaries."

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