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As a result of upheaval, the cities’ dwellers were exiled to the countryside to begin a new life in consonance with the conception of self-sufficiency and moral revival.
In spite of having verified information about the introduced terror and the openly anti-Soviet intentions of Pol Pot and other leaders of Cambodian communists, the official media outlet of PZPR kept portraying them in explicitly positive light. Polityka zagraniczna Demokratycznej Kampuczy w latach The Semantics of Revolutionary Change: The paper is mainly concerned with relations between Cambodia and the group of particular countries which include the most important state actors in the region of South-East Asia, the closest allies of Pol Pot’s regime and significant third states.
The analysis was done khmetzy terms of interdependence between the propaganda and ideological values that used to be in force in the Soviet Bloc. The authors that used to publish their commentaries and inform the public about current events treated the situation of Cambodia as an analogy to the situation of Vietnam: This article is related to the question of international relations of Khmefzy Kampuchea between and It is being followed by proclaiming them as an inert tool of the Chinese expansion.
In this case the ideological issues were secondary and depended on the needs of first-rate political propaganda goals of the socialistic countries bloc led by the Soviet Union, which led to the discreditation of the official media outlet of PZPR. The authors feared breaking the image that was accepted earlier. Foreign policy of Democratic Kampuchea between and In Cambodia’s pro-American government of general Lon Nol was overthrown, and the power was took over by a marxist guerilla called Khmer Rouge.
Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page. Eventually, communist regime of Pol Pot contributed to the death of millions of Cambodians who were subjected to political killings and suffered from diseases, widespread hunger and slave labor.