Lak Chansok
Designation: Research Fellow
Research Interest: International Relations, ASEAN, Security in Asia Pacific and Reconciliation Processes in Comparative Perspectives (particularly Transitional Justice in Cambodia)
Tel: (855) 92 228 827

B.A. in International Studies (Honors Program), Institute of Foreign Languages, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

B.A. in  Law, University of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Mr. Lak Chansok is a research fellow at Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP) and a lecturer at Department of International Studies of Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP). Since late 2012, he has taught three subjects such as International Relations (I & II), Comparative Politics, and World History and Civilizations. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in International Studies in honors program from Department of International Studies and Bachelor's degree in law from University of Cambodia in 2012.

Mr. Lak also used to work as a junior consultant for Korea Global Development Consulting Center (KGDC) in 2013 and has been selected and nominated to participate in many national and international workshops, conferences, trainings and study group meetings. He has currently been a member of Pacific Forum CSIS Young Leader Program and his recent work with CSCAP is on Countering the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in Asia Pacific.

  •  Lak, C. (2014). Can Khmer Rouge Survivor Get Justice?. The Diplomat,
  • Lak, C. & Khoun, T. (2012). In Pursuit of Transitional Justice in Cambodia: From Theorectical to Pragmatic Applications. CICP Working Paper No. 47. Phnom Penh: CICP.
  • Lak, C. (2012). Has ASEAN Been Able to Stay in the Driver's Seat of East Asian Regionalism?. Phnom Penh: Department of International Studies. 


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