John D. Ciorciari



- Senior Legal Advisor, Documentation Center of Cambodia

- Term member, Council on Foreign Relations

- Associate Fellow, Asia Society


"China and Vietnam: Riots and the Risk of Escalation in the South China Sea" (with Jessica Chen Weiss), China-U.S. Focus, May 29, 2014

"Thai-Cambodia Territorial Spat Offers a Role for the World Court," Asia Blog (Asia Society), Apr. 24, 2013

"Temple Troubles: Thailand and Cambodia at the ICJ," Bangkok Post, Apr. 28-May 4, 2013, first published as "ICJ Ruling Can Help Resolve Preah Vihear Dispute," Cambodia Daily, Apr. 23, 2013 (also published in Khmer)

"China and Vietnam: Danger in the South China Sea" (with Jessica Chen Weiss), China-U.S. Focus, Jan. 10, 2013

"Sino-Japanese Relations on the Rocks," Asia Blog, Jan. 4, 2013

"A Return to Roots? Lessons from This Year's US Engagement in Asia," Asia Blog, Dec. 21, 2011

"Vietnam Tries to Put Anti-China Genie Back Into the Bottle," Asia Blog, Aug. 24, 2011

"A Coming Thaw in Thai-Cambodian Ties?" Asia Blog, July 5, 2011

"Chinese Dilemmas in the South China Sea," CNN, June 23, 2011

"Sharp Elbows for China from a Neighbor," Asia Blog, June 6, 2011

"The Duch Verdict," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (Northwestern), July 28, 2010

"Thailand and Cambodia: the Battle for Preah Vihear," SPICE Digest (Stanford), Fall 2009

"Joint Criminal Enterprise and the Khmer Rouge Prosecutions," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor, Dec. 2008

"The Khmer Krom and the Khmer Rouge Trials," Searching for the Truth (Aug. 2008)

"Possible Roles for a Special Advisor or Oversight Committee for the ECCC" (with Anne Heindel), Searching for the Truth, first quarter 2008

"Myanmar After the Saffron Revolution," Shorenstein Dispatch (Stanford APARC), Nov. 2007

"Justice and Judicial Corruption," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor, Oct. 2007

"Thaksin's Chance for a Leading Role in the Region," Straits Times (Singapore), Mar. 10, 2004, republished in Yale Global

"Hostage to a Junta: EU Policy toward Southeast Asia," Journal of European Affairs 1 (2003) | voice: (734) 615-6947 | fax: (734) 763-9181