Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
August 01, 2014
Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
A third trial is to get underway against surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge.
Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
July 28, 2014
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
The country still sees a trade in girls as young as five years old.
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
Can Khmer Rouge Survivors Get Justice?
May 30, 2014
Can Khmer Rouge Survivors Get Justice?
Attempts at providing Khmer Rouge victims with long overdue justice have faltered badly.
Can Khmer Rouge Survivors Get Justice?
Apsara: The Cambodian Dance
May 15, 2014
Apsara: The Cambodian Dance
Almost eliminated during the brutal reign of the Khmer Rouge, a traditional art form is making a comeback.
Apsara: The Cambodian Dance
Cambodia and Indonesia in the Oscars
March 14, 2014
Cambodia and Indonesia in the Oscars
The Academy recognizes controversial films about Cambodian and Indonesian genocides.
Cambodia and Indonesia in the Oscars
Vietnam: Dancing with the Scars of ‘79
February 17, 2014
Vietnam: Dancing with the Scars of ‘79
Anti-China protesters put Vietnamese authorities in an awkward position over the weekend.
Vietnam: Dancing with the Scars of ‘79
Cricket Casserole? Cambodia’s Baked Insects Gain Popularity in the West
December 20, 2013
Cricket Casserole? Cambodia’s Baked Insects Gain Popularity in the West
Insects, rich in protein and highly sustainable, could be the future of food.
Cricket Casserole? Cambodia’s Baked Insects Gain Popularity in the West
Khmer Rouge Tribunal: The Devil’s Advocates
December 20, 2013
Khmer Rouge Tribunal: The Devil’s Advocates
Defending Pol Pot's right-hand man at the troubled tribunal is a lonely job.
Khmer Rouge Tribunal: The Devil’s Advocates
Drugs, Surfing and Shiploads of Trouble
December 18, 2013
Drugs, Surfing and Shiploads of Trouble
Peter Maguire, author of Thai Stick, talks about pot smuggling in Southeast Asia and the War on Drugs.
Drugs, Surfing and Shiploads of Trouble
Cambodian Protests Expected to Focus on China
September 06, 2013
Cambodian Protests Expected to Focus on China
This weekend Cambodians are expected to protest Beijing’s influence over Hun Sen’s government.
Cambodian Protests Expected to Focus on China
Cambodian Renaissance: A Conversation with the Director of <em>Year 33</em>
June 11, 2013
Cambodian Renaissance: A Conversation with the Director of Year 33
Cambodian art was devastated by the Khmer Rouge, but it’s bouncing back.
Cambodian Renaissance: A Conversation with the Director of Year 33
Denial of Khmer Rouge Atrocities to Become a Crime
June 04, 2013
Denial of Khmer Rouge Atrocities to Become a Crime
Taking Europe’s treatment of the Holocaust as an example, denying Khmer Rouge atrocities is being criminalized in Cambodia.
Denial of Khmer Rouge Atrocities to Become a Crime
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
March 14, 2013
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
Former Khmer Rouge President Ieng Sary has died of natural causes, prompting calls for swifter justice.
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
February 06, 2013
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
Cambodians paid their last respects to their late King Norodom Sinhanouk at his cremation this week. He was 89.
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
January 30, 2013
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
Photojournalist Al Rockoff recounts the dramatic overtaking of Phnom Penh at the historic Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
January 29, 2013
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
Cambodia has certainly endured its share of turbulent times. Its long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen will soon go to the polls. The Diplomat profiles him here.
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
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