Tim Page, a famed British photojournalist who made his name covering the Vietnam War, knows more than most Westerners about Cambodia’s transformation over the past few decades.
Now 72 and based in Brisbane, Australia, Mr. Page has visited the country more than 50 times since 1964. Yet for him, the years when the U.N. Transitional Authority in Cambodia was here to deliver fair and free elections between 1990 and 1993 are still what resonate most.