Michael Vickery’s Publications


I deeply regret to inform you that Dr. Michael Vickery passed away at the age of 86 on 11 AM on June 29, 2017, in Battambang, in his beloved country of Cambodia.
All are welcome to attend his funeral from June 30 until Monday July 3 at the following address:
162-G08 Rue Watt Kdol Takoy Village, S Angkat Kdoldautev Krong, Battambang, Battambang Province, Cambodia.

We are in the process of making these publications available on line. 


* Files suffixed “-rev” and marked with “*” have been revised for republication, and may include corrections, and

new material or analyses.  These files may contain incomplete  cross-references (e.g. “…in this volume, pp. 00-00”)

 which should be ignored.  The original versions of these articles may usually be found on the website of the

 Journal of the Siam Society.  Details about the new collection will be announced here. 



"Cambodia After Angkor, the Chronicular Evidence for the Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries",

 Yale University, Ph.D., December 1977. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, University Microfilms.



Cambodia 1975-1982, Boston, South End Press; Sydney, George Allen & Unwin, 1984; second edition, Chiang Mai, Silkworm Books, 1999.




Kampuchea, Politics, Economics and Society, Frances Pinter (Publishers), London, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., Boulder, 1986.



Society, Economics and Politics in Pre-Angkor Cambodia: The 7th-8th Centuries.

Tokyo, The Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies for Unesco, The Toyo Bunko, 1998.


Cambodia: A Political Survey. Phnom Penh, Funan Press, 2007.  http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2007cambodia.pdf



Kicking the Vietnam Syndrome in Cambodia, collected writings 1975-2010.  Published on-line, 2010, at



Chapters in books

1. "The Composition and Transmission of the Ayudhya and Cambodia Chronicles", In Perceptions

of the Past in Southeast Asia, ed., by Anthony Reid and David Marr, ASAA Southeast Asia

Publications Series, 1979, pp. 130-154.


2. "Looking Back at Cambodia [1945-1974]", in Ben Kiernan and Chantou Boua, eds., Peasants

and Politics in Kampuchea 1942- 1981, London, Zed Press, 1982, pp. 89-113.



3. "Democratic Kampuchea, Themes and Variations", in David P. Chandler and Ben Kiernan,

eds., Revolution and its Aftermath in Kampuchea: Eight Essays. Monograph Series No. 25,

Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven, 1983, pp. 99-135.


4. "Some Remarks on Early State Formation in Cambodia", in South­east Asia in the 9th to 14th Centuries,

edited by David G. Marr and A.C. Milner, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University,

Canberra, and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 1986, pp. 95-115.


5. "Refugee Politics: The Khmer Camp System in Thailand", in David A. Ablin and Marlowe Hood,

eds., The Cambodian Agony, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., New York, 1988, pp. 293-331.  



6. "Cambodia", in Douglas Allen and Ngo Vinh Long, eds., Coming to Terms, Indochina, the

United States and the War, Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, 1991, pp. 89-128.  


7. "The Ram Khamhaeng Inscription, A Piltdown Skull of Southeast Asian History?", in The

Ram Khamhaeng Controversy, Collected Papers, Edited by James R. Chamberlain, Bangkok,

The Siam Society, 1991, pp. 3-52.  http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1991ram.pdf


8. "Piltdown Skull--Installment 2", in The Ram Khamhaeng Controversy, Collected Papers,

Edited by James R. Chamberlain, Bangkok, The Siam Society, 1991, pp. 333-418.



9. "The Cambodian Economy: Where Has it Come From, Where is it Go­ing?", in Indochina

Economic Reconstruction and International Cooperation, edited by Tsutomu Murano and

Ikuo Takeuchi, Tokyo, Institute of Developing Economies, 1992, pp. 47-62.  


10. "Cambodia", in  Joel Krieger, ed., The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, New

York-Oxford, Oxford University Press (1993), pp. 106-07.


11. "Human Rights in Cambodia", with Naomi Roht-Arriaza, in Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice,

edited by Naomi Roht-Arriaza. New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1995, chapter 18, pp. 243-251.


12. "The Constitution of Ayutthaya", in Thai Law: Buddhist Law, Essays on the Legal History of Thnailand, Laos and Burma.

Edited by Andrew Huxley, Bangkok: White Orchid Press, 1996, pp. 133-210.



13. “Kambodscha”. Chapter 13 in Südost Asien Handbuch. Herausgegeben von Bernhard Dahm und Roderich Ptak.

München, Verlag C.H. Beck, 1999, pp. 251-262.



14.  “Two Historical Records of the Kingdom of Vientiane”, in Christopher E. Goscha and Sören Ivarsson (eds.),

Contesting Visions of  the Lao Past Lao Historiography at the Crossroads, Copenhagen, NIAS Press, 2003.

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2003two-rev.pdf *


15. Four articles in Historical Encyclopedia of Southeast Asia, edited by Dr. Keat Gin Ooi, 2004.


16.  "Histoire du Champa", in Tresors de l'Art du Vietnam La Sculpture du Champa, Paris, Musée Guimet, 2005, pp. 23-35.


17.  "Territorialmächte in der Prä-Angkor-Zeit Funan und Zhenla", pp. 29-32; and "Geistliche und weltliche Macht",

pp. 91-92, in Angkor Göttliches Erbe Kambodschas, UNESCO 2006


18. "Introduction", in Bayon: New Perpectives, ed. Joyce Clark, Bangkok, River Books, 2006, pp. 10-27.


19. “L’inscription thaï du Phnom Kulên K 1006”, in Yoshiaki Ishizawa, Claude Jacques, Khin Sok, Manuel d’épigraphie du Cambodge,

Vol. 1, EFEO, Paris, 2007, pp. 155-167


20. “A Short History of Champa”, in Champa and the Archaeology of Mỹ So’n (Vietnam), Andrew Hardy, Mauro Cucarzi,

and Patrizia Zolese, editors, Singapore, NUS Press, 2009, pp. 45-60.  


21. “‘1620,’ A Cautionary Tale”, in Michael Arthur Aung-Thwin & Kenneth R. Hall, eds., New Perspectives on
the History and Historiography of Southeast Asia, Continuing Explorations
(London: Routledge, 2011), pp. 157-166.




Articles and review articles  

1. "Thai Regional Elites and the Reforms of King Chulalongkorn", Journal of Asian Studies

XXIX, 4 (August 1970), 863-881.   http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1970thai.pdf


2. "The Khmer Inscriptions of Tenasserim: A Reinterpretation", Journal of the Siam Society

(JSS) LXI, 1 (January 1973), 51-70.  


3. Review article on Robert B. Jones, Thai Titles and Ranks Including a Translation of Traditions

of Royal Lineage in Siam by King Chulalongkorn, JSS LXII, 1 (January 1974), pp. 159-174.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1974review-rev.pdf  *


4. "A Note on the Date of the Traibhūmikathā", JSS LXII, 2 (July 1974), pp. 275-284.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1974note-rev.pdf  *


5. "The Lion Prince and Related Remarks on Northern History", JSS LXIV, 1 (January 1976),  pp. 326-377.



6. Review article on Jeremias van Vliet, The Short History of the Kings of Siam, JSS LXIV,

2 (July 1976), pp. 207-236. 

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1976review-rev.pdf  *


7. "Looking Back at Cambodia", Westerly (University of Western Australia), No. 4, December 1976.


8. "The 2/k.125 Fragment, a Lost Chronicle of Ayutthaya", JSS LXV, 1 (January 1977), 1-80.  


9. "A Guide Through Some Recent Sukhothai Historiography", JSS LXVI, 2 (July 1978), 182-246.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1978guide-rev.pdf  *


10. "A New µnān About Ayudhya", JSS LXVII, 2 (July 1979), pp. 123-86.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1979new.pdf  *


11. "King Mangrai and the Le-shih, JSS LXVIII, 1 (January 1980), pp. 126-127.  


12. "Democratic Kampuchea: CIA to the Rescue", Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars,

14/4 (1982), pp. 45-54.   http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1982democratic.pdf


13. "L'Inscription K 1006 du Phnom Kulen", Bulletin de l'Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient,

LXXI, 1982, pp. 77-86.   http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1982linscription.pdf


14. "Qui était Na/Nong, savant(s) cambodgien(s) des XVIII/XIX  siècles?", ASEMI (Asie du

sud-est et monde insulindien), Cambodge I, Vol. XIII, 1-4, Paris, 1982, 81-86.  


15. Serge Thion et Michael Vickery, "Cambodge: Quelques problèmes de la reconstruction",

ASEMI, Cambodge, vol. XIII, 1-4, Paris, 1982, 395-420.  


16. "Prolegomena to Methods for Using the Ayutthayan Laws as Historical Source Material",

JSS, vol 72 (1984), 37-58.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1984prolegomena-rev.pdf  *


17. "The Reign of Sūryavarman I and Royal Factionalism at Angkor", Journal of Southeast Asian Studies,

Vol. 16, No. 2, September 1985, 226-244.  



18. "Cambodia's Tenuous Progress", Indochina Issues no. 63, January 1986. Center for

International Policy, Indochina Project, Washington, D.C.  


19. "Some New Evidence for the Cultural History of Central Thailand", The Siam Society's

Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 3 (September 1986), 4-6.



20. "From Lamphun to Inscription No. 2", The Siam Society Newsletter, 3/1 (March 1987), pp. 2-6.  



21. "Criminal Law in the Peoples Republic of Kampuchea", Journal of Contemporary Asia,

Vol. 17, No. 4 (1987), 508-518.  


22. "Cambodia 1988", ASIEN (German Association for Asian Studies, Hamburg), Nr. 28, July 1988,

pp. 1-19.  


23. "A Critique of the Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, Kampuchea Mission of November 1984",

Journal of  Contemporary Asia vol. 18, No. 1, 1988, pp. 108-116.   


24. "How Many Died in Pol Pot's Kampuchea", Correspondence, Bulletin of Concerned Asian

Scholars, 20/1 (1988), pp. 70-73.  


25. "Cambodia (Kampuchea): History, Tragedy, and Uncertain Future", Bulletin of Concerned

Asian Scholars, Vol. 21, Nos. 2-4 (April-Dec. 1989), pp. 35-58.


26. "La kremlinologie face au Cambodge" (translated by M.-Cl. Orieux), Affaires cambodgiennes

1979-1989, Asie-Débat-5, Paris L'Harmattan, 1989, pp. 129-35.


27. "Comments on Cham Population Figures", Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 22,

No. 1, Jan.-Mar. 1990, pp. 31-33.  


28. "Cambodian Political Economy, 1975-1990", Cultural Survival Quarterly, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990, pp. 23-27.  


29. "Cultural Survival in Language and Literature in Cambodia Today", Cultural Survival

Quarterly, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990, pp. 49-52.  


30. "The Rule of Law in Cambodia", Cultural Survival Quarterly, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990,

pp. 82-83.  


31. "Notes on the Political Economy of the Peoples Republic of Kampuchea (PRK)", Journal of Contemporary Asia,

Vol. 20, No. 4 (1990), pp. 435-465.    http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 50-81.


32. "The Old City of 'Chaliang'--'Srī Satchanalai'--'Sawankhalok', a Problem in History and Historiography",

Journal of the Siam Society, Vol. 78, Part 2 (1990), pp. 15-29. 

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1990old-rev.pdf *


33. "Cambodia: November-December 1990", Thai-Yunnan Project Newsletter, No. 12,

March 1991, Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University.  


34. "Cambodia: November-December 1990", Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 21, No. 2 (1991),

pp. 274-282.  


35. "The Campaign Against Cambodia: 1990-1991", Indochina Issues 93, August 1991.  


36. "On Traibhūmikathā", Journal of the Siam Society, Vol. 79, Part 2, 1991, pp. 24-36.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1991on-rev.pdf  *


37. "Loan Words and Devoicing in Khmer", Mon-Khmer Studies XVIII-XIX (1989-1990), pp. 240-250.  



38. "A 'Modern' Number Term in Old Khmer", Mon-Khmer Studies, XXI (1992), pp. 191-3.  



39. "Evidence for Prehistoric Austronesian-Khmer Contact and Linguistic Borrowing",

Mon-Khmer Studies, XXI (1992), pp. 185-89.  



40. "The Cold War and Cambodia", Journal of Oriental Studies 30, Centre of Asian Studies,

University of Hong Kong, 1992, pp. 87-118.  


41. "What and Where was Chenla?", Recherches nouvelles sur le Cambodge. Publiées sous la direction de F. Bizot.

École française d'Extrême-Orient, Paris, 1994, pp. 197-212.



42. "Cambodia: a Political Survey", Discussion Paper No. 14, The Department of Political and

Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, 1994.


43. "The Cambodian People's Party: Where Has it Come From, Where is it Going?", Southeast Asian Affairs 1994.

Singapore. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 1994, pp. 102-17.


44. "Piltdown 3: Further Discussion of the Ram Khamhaeng Inscription", Journal of the Siam Society,

Volume 83, Parts 1 & 2 (1995), pp. 103-198.  

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1995piltdown3-rev.pdf *


45. "What to do About The Khmers", review article on David P. Chandler and Ian Mabbett, The Khmers,

in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 27, part 2 (September 1996), pp. 389-404.



46. "The Khmer Inscriptions of Roluos (Preah Ko and Lolei): Documents from a Transitional Period in Cambodian History",

in Seksa Khmer, Nouvelle Série No. 1 (janvier 1999), Phnom Penh, pp. 47-92. 



47. “Coedès’ Histories of Cambodia”, Silpakorn University International Journal (Bangkok, Thailand), Volume 1, Number 1,

January-June 2000, pp. 61-108.



48. “Resolving the Chronology and History of 9th-Century Cambodia”, Siksācakr, Newsletter of the Center for Khmer Studies

(CKS) No. 3, Siemreap, July 2001, pp. 17-23.


49. “Funan Reviewed: Deconstructing the Ancients”, Bulletin de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient, 90-91, 2003-2004, pp. 101-143. 

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2003funan.pdf ,

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2003funan-rev.pdf  *


 50. “Cambodia and its Neighbors in the 15th Century”, Asia Research Institute Working Paper Series No. 27, Singapore, 2004. 



51. "Cambodia and its Neighbors in the 15th Century” ( short version of no. 50), in Geoff Wade & Sun Laichen, editors,

Southeast Asia in the Fifteenth Century, The China Factor, Singapore, NUS Press, National University o Singapore, 2010, pp.271-306.


52. "A Misstep toward a New History of Cambodia", Review article on Karl-Heinz Golzio, Geschichte Kambodschas.

Das Land der Khmer von Angkor bis zur Gegenwart, München: Verlag C.H. Beck 2003. In Zeitschrift der Deutschen

Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Band 155, Heft 1, 2005, pp. 239-251.


53. "Champa Revised", 2005, long version available as ARI WPS No. 37  at the following URL:



54. "Champa Revised", short version to be published in a conference book by Asia Research Institute, University of Singapore.


55. " Bayon: New Perspectives Reconsidered”, Udaya,VII, 2006, pp. 101-176.




Unpublished conference papers

1. “Comparisons of Revolution and Non-Revolution in Asia”, confer­ence of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Adelaide, 13-18 May 1984. 


2. “Borders of Cambodia”, conference on “Southeast Asian Borders in Regional Context”, Australian National University, Canberra, October 1993.


3. “Democracy and Human Rights in Cambodia”, Michael Vickery and Ramses Amer, Phnom Penh, Penang, and Stockholm 1996



4. “The Nogai Diplomatic Correspondence with Moscow”, Michael Vickery, Yale University 1969.



5. “A legend concerning Jayavarman II”, first presented at EFEO Paris in September 2004, since revised

(and subject to further revision).




Scholarly Reviews   

1. Three collections of Thai historical documents, Journal of the Siam Society (JSS) LX, 1 (January 1972), 396-409..  


2.  A collection of Thai historical documents, JSS LX, 2 (July 1972), 318-328.  


3.  A volume of Thai historical documents,  Ro’a dra taº cau pra:derāj kru ratanakosindr rājakāl 1

(‘On the Appointment of Vassal Rulers in the First Bangkok Reign’), JSS LXI, 1 (January 1973), 351-356.  


4.  H.L. Shorto, A Dictionary of the Mon Inscriptions from the Sixth to the Sixteenth Centuries,

JSS LXI, 2 (July 1973), 205-209.  


5.  Yoneo Ishii, et. al., Glossarial Index of the Sukhothai Inscriptions, JSS LXII, 1 (January 1974), 256-258 


6.  Yoneo Ishii, et.al., An Index of Officials in Traditional Thai Governments, JSS LXIII, 2 (July 1975), 419-430.  


7.  David Wyatt, The Crystal Sands: The Chronicles of Nagara Sri Dharmaraja, in Journal of

Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. VIII, No. 1 (March 1977), pp. 118-120.  


8.  Osborne, Milton, Before Kampuchea, in Asian Studies Association of Australia Review, 1980, pp. 125-27.


9.  Klaus Rosenberg, Nation und Fortschritt Der Publi­zist Thien Wan und Die Modernisierung Thailands unter König Culalongkon (r.1868-1910),

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, XIII, 2, September 1982.  


10.  Grant Evans, The Yellow Rainmakers, in Australian Outlook, 1984, p. 54. 


11. Martin Stuart-Fox (ed.), Contemporary Laos. University of Queensland Press. St. Lucia, 1982,

in Australian Outlook 1984, pp. 124-25.


12.  Kenneth R. Hall, Maritime Trade and State Development in Early Southeast Asia, Journal

of Asian Studies, 1987, pp. 211-213.   http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1987maritime.pdf


13.  Laws of Southeast Asia Vol. I: The Pre-Modern Texts, Edited by M.B. Hooker, 1986, 

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore), Vol. 19, No. 2, 1988, pp. 363-363.   CHECK


14.  Elizabeth Becker, When the War Was Over and Nayan Chanda, Brother Enemy, in

ASIEN, German Association for Asian Studies, Hamburg, Nr. 28, July 1988, pp. 116-117.  


15.  Mayoury and Pheuiphanh Ngaosyvathn, Chao Anou 1767- 829 pasason lao lee asi

akhane ['Chao Anou, 1767-1829, the Lao people and Southeast Asia'], Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 21, 2 (September 1990), 441-45.



16.  The Travels of Mendes Pinto, edited and translated by Rebecca D. Catz, in Asian Studies

Review (Australia),Volume 14, Number 3 (April 1991), pp. 251-253.  



17. "George Condominas, From Lawa to Mon, from Saa' to Thai", Review article in Thai-

Yunnan Project Newsletter, Australian National University, Number Thirteen, June 1991, pp. 3-9.  




18.  Ramses Amer, The General Assembly and the Kampuchean Issues, Report No. 31,

Department of Peace and Conflict Research Uppsala University, 1989, in Journal of Southeast

Asian Studies, 23, 1 (1992), pp. 167-69.  


19. Geoffrey C. Gunn and Jefferson Lee, Cambodia Watching Down Under, Bangkok, Institute of

Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1991, in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 23, 2 (1992),

pp. 438-42.      


20. Jennifer W. Cushman, Family and State, The Formation of a Sino-Thai Tin-Mining Dynasty

1797-1932, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1991, in Kajian Malaysia, X, 2 (December 1992),

pp. 87-90. 


21. Trevor Findlay, Cambodia the Legacy and Lessons of UNTAC, Stockholm: Stockholm International Peace

Research Institute and Oxford University Press. 1995; and Timothy Carney and Tan Lian Choo, Whither Cambodia?

Beyond the Election, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993, in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies,

Vol. 26, No. 2 (September 1995), pp. 439-443.  http://michaelvickery.org/vickery1995findlay.pdf


22. Mak Phoeun, Histoire du Cambodge de la fin du XVIe siècle au début du XVIIIe, in Bulletin

de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient Tome 83 (1996), pp. 405-15. 




1. An article on the Cambodian National Ballet, in Standard Bangkok Magazine, 21 August 1971, pp. 14-15.


2. Five articles on contemporary Cambodia, published in the Canberra Times:

    "Phnom Penh Decays Behind a Bustling, Cheerful Facade", 22 October 1981;

    "Communists Are Scarce in Today's Kampuchea", 26 October 1981;

    "Kampuchea's Markets are Totally Free and Thrive on Smuggling", 29 October 1981;

    "Supervised Free Elections Could Become a Farce", 2 November 1981;

       in http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 149-154

    "Border Diplomacy Lesson given by Thailand", 9 November, 1981.


3. "Kampuchea's International Position", Vietnam Today (Canberra), no.19, November 1981.


4. "Recent Propaganda on Kampuchea", Vietnam Today (Canberra), No. 25, May 1983.


5. "Where Defence is Still the Priority" The Guardian (UK), 8 January 1985.


6. "Phnom Penh, decembre 1984" [French adaptation of "Where defence is Still the Priority",

      by Serge Thion], in Cambodge histoire et enjeux: 1945-1985, L'Harmattan, Paris, 1975.


7. "Sihanouk to go home as an honored senior citizen?", Sydney Morning Herald, 1 March



 8. "Cambodia's long road to recovery", The Age (Melbourne), 20 March 1985.


9. "Phnom Penh Revisited: Gone is the Gloom", Inside Asia (London), No 5, Sept-Oct 1985.


10. "Kampuchea Edges Away From Hanoi", Canberra Times, 5 January 1987.


11. “Amnesty International och kriget mot Kampuchea”, Kommentar (Stockholm), Nr 8/1988, pp. 33-39;

an abridged Swedish translation of an unpublished paper, “Amnesty International and the War Againt Cambodia”,

sent to several participants in the June 1987 international NGO conference in Brussels.


12. "Cambodia: Laying some Groundwork", The Nation (Bangkok), 5 February 1989


13. "Economic Headway in Cambodia", The Nation (Bangkok), 12 February 1989


14. "Rättigheter bättre idag än tidigare" [critique of Amnesty report on Cambodia],

      Kommentar (Stockholm), 4/1989, pp. 33-36.


15. "Outside powers' manipulations fascinate the Cambodia watchers", The Guardian Weekly, 26 July 1990.


16. "Notable changes in Phnom Penh",  The Nation (Bangkok), 5 January 1991.


17. "Chea Sim: The Hardline Leader?", The Nation (Bangkok), 6 January 1991.

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 363-367


18. "Is Cambodia Ready for Liberalization?", The Nation (Bangkok), 13 January 1991.

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 367-371


19. "A Change of Heart? US motives suspect in Cambodian peace process", Aliran Monthly

 (Penang Malaysia), Vol 11, No 7 (1991), pp. 22-26.


20. "Elakt spel om Kambodja" (Swedish version of nos. 14-16), Kommentar (Stockholm), NR

1/91 (1991), pp. 30-35.


21.  "Rauhansopimus merkitsee kambodzalle lopun alkua" ['The peace agreement is the

beginning of the end for Cambodia'], Helsingin Sanomat, 10 January 1992.


22. Överlever Kambodja 'Freden'" ['Will Cambodia survive the peace?'], Kommentar

 (Stockholm), Nr 1-2, 1992, pp. 3-13


23.  "Cambodia After the Peace", Thai-Yunnan Project Newsletter, Canberra, Australian

National University, Number Seventeen, June 1992, pp. 3-18.

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 384-416


24.  "Cambodia's Elections: Retrospect and Prospect", Phnom Penh Post 1/6, Sept 25, 1992.


25.  "Khmer Elections: Retrospect and Prospect", The Nation (Bangkok), Nov 13, 1992.


26.  "Cambodian polls: Untac promoting a 1955 result?", The Nation November 14, 1992.


27. "Amnesty report", The Nation (Bangkok), 12 Feb 1994


28.  "Phnom Penh Power Plays", The Nation, 15 April 1994.


29.  "Myths in Cambodian journalism", The Nation, 16 July 1994.


30. "PRK unfairly remembered", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 4, no. 8, 21 April-4 May, 1995, pp.

      6, 19 (including a review of Esmeralda Luciolli, Le mur de bambou).


31. "The debate to apportion blame", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 4, no. 16, 11-24 August 1995,  p.7


32. "Kambodja, En rättvis betraktelse" [original English title, "Cambodia three years later"],

Kommentar (Stockholm), Nr 2, 1996, pp. 15-24.


33. "The tricks of democracy, thanks to the Great Powers", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 5, no. 22,

31 October-14 November, 1996, p. 13.


34. "Son Sen and all that--challenging the KR pundits", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 5, no. 24, 29

November-12 December, 1996, p. 7.


35. "Whither Cambodia's democracy", The Nation (Bangkok), 16 MaY 1997, p. A4.


36. "Whither Cambodian democracy?", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 11, 30 May-June 12, 1997, p. 9.


37. "Foreign interference: enough is enough", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 12, 13-26 June 1997, p. 9.


38. "A non-standard view of the 'coup'", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 17, 29 August-11 September 1997, p. 11.


39. "Flip side view of Cambodia's woes", The Nation, 18 November 1997


40. "Ed's OK, what about Hayes?", Phnom Penh Post, 30/1-13/2, 1998.


41. "From Info-Ed to the UN Center for Human Rights", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 7, no. 7, 10-24 April, 1998


42. "Revisiting the legalities of '93", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 7, no. 10, 22 May-4 June 1998


43. “Troubling Conjunctions”, Phnom Penh Post, vol. 10, no. 1, January 5-18, 2001.


44. "Hayes sells paper, soul", Phnom Penh Post, Vol. 10/9, April 27 - May 10, 2001, letter


45. "From Ionia to Viet Nam". Phnom Penh Post, vol. 12/14,  July 4 - 17, 2003


46. "Wrong on Gottesman", critique of Luke Hunt's review of Gottesman, PPP, 14/2, 28/1-10/2, 2005, p. 13


47. "The Future of Thailand?", 1977, rewritten 1979, details and notes in 2011; unpublished.  



48. "Review of Nayan Chanda ‘Brother Enemy’"; unpublished, in

http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf  pp. 193-219



Many of these articles are collected in http://michaelvickery.org/vickery2010kicking.pdf


* Files suffixed “-rev” and marked with “*” have been revised for republication, and may include corrections, and

new material or analyses.  These files may contain incomplete  cross-references (e.g. “…in this volume, pp. 00-00”)

 which should be ignored.  The original versions of these articles may usually be found on the website of the

 Journal of the Siam Society.  Details about the new collection will be announced here.