Most of the time most nations are insignificant to the interests of the United States. However, from time to time one such insignificant nation seems to step into the limelight of American interests and the crossfire of history. Cambodia once occupied the latter and now enjoys the tranquility of the former. Nevertheless, it remains a part of the complex international system and will play an important role in American policy objectives in Southeast Asia.
What are the critical issues facing the United States? How does Cambodia play a role in those issues? What policies does that role call for? What developments are likely or possible within Cambodia and the international system that will affect U.S. policy with Cambodia?
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By Ed Bacharach