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Ou Virak, Ou Ritthy and Rupert Abbott -- Cambodia's new crossroads

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A buddhist monk looks at pictures of victims of the Khmer Rouge regime at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh on June 1.   © Reuters

This year marks 25 years since the U.N.-sponsored Paris Peace Agreements laid the course for an end to decades of conflict in Cambodia and a future based on the foundations of democracy and respect for human rights.

Now, with Cambodia at a new crossroads -- with a deteriorating human rights situation and leaders struggling to keep up with the demands of a young, better-informed population -- it is time to put the spotlight back on the country and the expectations of its new generation.

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