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Cambodian Leader Acknowledges Oil Production ‘Failure’
August 03, 2021

Cambodian Leader Acknowledges Oil Production ‘Failure’

By Sebastian Strangio
The government's Singaporean partner filed for liquidation in June, six months after offshore production started.

A Foreign Correspondent in Academia
July 22, 2021

A Foreign Correspondent in Academia

By Luke Hunt
A conversation about jailed colleagues in Myanmar, the COVID-19 pandemic, and teaching journalism.
Key Questions Remain Unanswered in Killing of Cambodian Activist
July 12, 2021

Key Questions Remain Unanswered in Killing of Cambodian Activist

By Sebastian Strangio
The 2016 killing of Dr. Kem Ley marked the beginning of a severe tightening of the political space.

Do Cambodia’s Human Rights Groups Ignore Ethnic Vietnamese?
July 06, 2021

Do Cambodia’s Human Rights Groups Ignore Ethnic Vietnamese?

By David Hutt
After decades of depredations, both real and imagined, Vietnam remains the main bogeyman of Cambodian nationalism.

Will Vaccination Be Hun Sen’s Legacy?
June 28, 2021

Will Vaccination Be Hun Sen’s Legacy?

By David Hutt
Cambodia's successful COVID-19 vaccine rollout has given the country's leader a golden chance to bow out of politics. Will he take it?

Cambodia Charges Eco-Activists With Conspiracy, Royal Defamation
June 23, 2021

Cambodia Charges Eco-Activists With Conspiracy, Royal Defamation

By Sebastian Strangio
The three activists are the latest victims of the government's war against the advocacy group Mother Nature Cambodia.

USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia
June 18, 2021

USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia

By Sebastian Strangio
The Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary has lost 9 percent of its forest to logging operations since 2016.
In Cambodia, the End of COVID-19 Will Heighten the Economic Contradictions
June 11, 2021

In Cambodia, the End of COVID-19 Will Heighten the Economic Contradictions

By David Hutt
Corruption and inequality are set to rise as the country emerges from the pandemic.

In 2022, Cambodia Faces Challenging Turn at ASEAN’s Helm
June 10, 2021

In 2022, Cambodia Faces Challenging Turn at ASEAN’s Helm

By Heimkhemra Suy
During its upcoming chairmanship, the country faces a host of daunting challenges. But the year will bring opportunities, too.

Bankruptcy Casts Shadow Over Cambodian Oil Extraction Ceremony
June 09, 2021

Bankruptcy Casts Shadow Over Cambodian Oil Extraction Ceremony

By Sebastian Strangio
Last week, the Singaporean company operating the country's only offshore oil block filed for liquidation.

A Year on, No Word on Fate of Abducted Thai Dissident
June 04, 2021

A Year on, No Word on Fate of Abducted Thai Dissident

By Sebastian Strangio
The rights group Amnesty International calls the Cambodian government's investigation “negligent.”
US Engagement with Cambodia Needs to Move Beyond the ‘China Factor’
June 04, 2021

US Engagement with Cambodia Needs to Move Beyond the ‘China Factor’

By Sao Phal Niseiy
Despite its concerns about China's increasing influence, the U.S. needs to engage with Cambodia more, not less.

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