Number of items: 14.
'"Appliciability of Command and Individual Responsibility and Joint Criminal Enterprise Doctrine to Senior Leaders and Others Most Responsible 'Khmer Rouge' Crimes".'
'"Assessment of Probative Documents Relevent to Prosecution of Senior Leaders and Others Most Responsible for 'Khmer Rouge' Crimes".'
Heder, Stephen and Tittemore,K., Brian
Cambodia Daigyakusastu wa Sabekeruka - Khmer Rouge Kokusai Houtei heno Michi.
Gendai Jinbun-sha (Japan).
'"Chain of Command Responsibility for the Murder of Christopher Howes: Perpatrators and Witnesses".'
'"Legal Analysis of Testimonies Gathered by the Documentation Centre of Cambodia, With Summary Translations".'
'"The 2003 El;ections in Kampung Cham: Monitoring Report".'
'Cambodia (1990-98): The Regime Didn't Change.'
In: Gough, R, (ed.),
Regime Change: It's Been Done Before.
Policy Exchange (UK), pp. 66-75.
Cambodian Communism and the Vietnamese Model: Imitation and Independence, 1930-1975.
White Lotus (Thailand).
'Cambodian Elections in Historical Perspective.'
In: Vijghen, J, (ed.),
People and the 1998 National Elections in Cambodia: Their Voices, Roles and Impact on Democracy.
Experts for Community Research (Cambodia), pp. 1-5.
'Hun Sen and Genocide Trials in Cambodia: International Impacts, Impunity, and Justice.'
In: Ledgerwood, J, (ed.),
Cambodia Emerges from the Past: Eight Essays.
Northern Illinois University Press (US), pp.176-223.
'Class, Nation and Race in Communist Crimes Against Humanity: Theoretical and Historical Reflections on Marxist Racism and Violence.'
In: Kiminyi, A and Scott, O, (eds.),
Anatomy of Genocide: State-Sponsored Mass-Killings in the Twentieth Century.
Mellen Press (USA), pp. 129-186.
Heder, Stephen and n/a,
'Dealing With Crimes Against Humanity: Illusion or Progress?'
Southeast Asian Affairs 2001.
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (UK), pp. 129-141.
'Racism, Marxism, labelling and genocide in Ben Kievnan''s the Pol Pot Regime.'
South East Asia Research, 5 no 2.
'The Resumption of Armed Struggle by the Party of Democratic Kampuchea.'
In: Heder/J, S, (ed.),
Propaganda Politics and Violence.
M E Sharpe (NY), pp. 73-113.