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    I have some question:

    "This generation is looking forward, not back, and compares Cambodia with other countries in the region rather than its own dark past."

    The comparison of a country to its past seems unequal. Shouldn't it be "compares Cambodia with other countries...rather than the Cambodia of its own dark past"?

    Context: economist.com/news/asia/21582544-cambodias-strongman-gets-shock-polls-humbling-hun-sen

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    Re: Compare

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