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Cambodia

May 24, 1993

Jonathan Power makes a good case for the importance of the United Nations' Cambodian peacekeeping operation and its relevance to the Bosnian quandary (Commentary, May 14).

In this vexatious situation, the U.N. ought to enlist as head of its mission to Cambodia our senior foreign policy pundit and renowned practitioner of shuttle diplomacy, Henry Kissinger. He might well be grateful for an opportunity to atone for the damage he and Richard Nixon did by involving Cambodia in the Vietnam War, a terrible miscalculation that ultimately led to Pol Pot's seizure of power and the massacre of a million people.

MARSHALL PHILLIPS

Long Beach

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