Interview with William Noseworthy

Political Violence: Comparing State-Sponsored Violence in Cambodia & Indonesia –
William Noseworthy compares the political violence in Indonesia under Suharto and in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge. Although Cambodia’s communist-sponsored violence was quickly labeled “genocide,” both events pursued policies of genocide in their actions.

Interview with William Marotti

Political Violence: A Strategy of Resistance –
Join us, as professor William Marotti defines “political violence” for us and explains why political groups – such as the Japanese New Left in the late 1960s – chose to use violence as a tactic of political protest and activism.