While the Preah Vihear dispute has rekindled nationalist and patriotic sentiments in Thailand, the week-long hearing at The Hague was outwardly met with relative calm across the border.
THEY SHALL NOT PASS: Cambodian soldiers stand guard at Preah Vihear temple in July, 2008 at the height of the conflict with Thailand. PHOTOS: AFP AND BKP ARCHIVE
Coverage in the Cambodian press has been limited after the week of legal argument into Cambodia's request for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to reinterpret the 1962 ruling. The ICJ is expected to deliver its ruling in October.
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