Cambodia’s People Power
January 20, 2014
Cambodia’s People Power
Cambodian protests look set to continue as the opposition senses government weakness.
Cambodia’s People Power
Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
January 17, 2014
Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
The parties must begin talks before Cambodia passes the point of no return. But how to make that happen?
Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
January 14, 2014
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
Did Seoul contribute to the bloody crackdown on garment workers?
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
Myanmar’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Lessons from Cambodia
January 13, 2014
Myanmar’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Lessons from Cambodia
Will nascent reforms enable Myanmar to avoid a repeat of Cambodia’s notorious term?
Myanmar’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Lessons from Cambodia
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
January 10, 2014
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
“Hun Sen is an anachronism. He’s finished. It’s only a matter of time.”
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
January 06, 2014
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
A weekend crackdown threatens the country’s increasingly fragile democracy.
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
Protests Greet New Year in Southeast Asia
January 06, 2014
Protests Greet New Year in Southeast Asia
Price hikes, minimum wage disputes and political corruption spark discontent.
Protests Greet New Year in Southeast Asia
Cambodia Police Open Fire on Factory Protesters
January 03, 2014
Cambodia Police Open Fire on Factory Protesters
Three are reportedly dead after Cambodia’s military police used live ammunition on demonstrators.
Cambodia Police Open Fire on Factory Protesters
Even the Chinese are Rapping Cambodian Knuckles
December 13, 2013
Even the Chinese are Rapping Cambodian Knuckles
China joins the ranks of Cambodia critics, accusing the Hun Sen regime of corruption.
Even the Chinese are Rapping Cambodian Knuckles
NGOs in Cambodia: It’s Complicated
December 03, 2013
NGOs in Cambodia: It’s Complicated
Although NGOs in Cambodia make a strong positive impact, their presence is not without controversy.
NGOs in Cambodia: It’s Complicated
Japanese Maintain Soft Approach Vying for Indochinese Influence
November 20, 2013
Japanese Maintain Soft Approach Vying for Indochinese Influence
Tokyo has earned plaudits for its aid approach, but it wants support for its maritime disputes.
Japanese Maintain Soft Approach Vying for Indochinese Influence
Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear
November 13, 2013
Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear
Unanimous decision in favor of Cambodia’s claim to surrounding temple grounds.
Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear
Last Words From the Khmer Rouge as Tribunal End Nears
November 01, 2013
Last Words From the Khmer Rouge as Tribunal End Nears
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan deny responsibility for genocide.
Last Words From the Khmer Rouge as Tribunal End Nears
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
October 29, 2013
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
A little compromise on both sides could break the impasse and benefit everyone, including voters.
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
October 26, 2013
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
More than 10,000 protesters staged non-violent rallies outside foreign embassies.
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
Reforming the Cambodian People’s Party
October 14, 2013
Reforming the Cambodian People’s Party
The recent elections should be a wakeup call for a party that has grown complacent over the years.
Reforming the Cambodian People’s Party
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