This photograph provides a view of the bas-relief on the 117-metre-long engraved base of the Win-Win Monument. It depicts the rebirth of Cambodia after 1979 with different sectors being represented (religion, agriculture, transport, etc.). Hun Sen is featured in the middle, and is larger in sizes than other figures.
The Win-Win Monument complex – photographed here in January 2020 – was inaugurated in December 2018 to mark the twentieth anniversary of the end of the post-Democratic Kampuchea civil war, with the final defection of the remaining Khmer Rouge factions, thanks to the DIFID policy (“Divide, Isolate, Finish, Integrate, Develop”) also known as the “Win Win” policy of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
- January 2020
- Win-Win Monument
- Spatial Politics of Identity in Cambodia
- Cambodia, Hun Sen, Khmer Rouge, propaganda, Vietnam