World: Lon Nol and Sihanouk Speak Out

In the six months since Lon Nol and his fellow anti-Communists ousted Prince Norodom Sihanouk from power, Cambodia has become the focal point of the Indochina conflict. Many of its towns have been savaged by fighting; half the country has fallen under Communist control and much of the remainder is contested. Recently, both Lon Nol and his predecessor have spoken out about the fate of their country.

The View from Phnom-Penh

Most critics of last spring's U.S. incursion into the Communist sanctuaries just inside Cambodia argue that the war has spread throughout the country as a result. Lon Nol disagrees. "The U.S....

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