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Cambodia Gears Up For Low-Stakes Senate Election

Cambodia Gears Up For Low-Stakes Senate Election

By Sebastian Strangio
The ruling CPP is set to sweep most of the seats, after which it is expected to appoint former Prime Minister Hun Sen as the body's president.

Following Release, Thailand’s Thaksin Welcomes Former Cambodian PM

Following Release, Thailand’s Thaksin Welcomes Former Cambodian PM

By Sebastian Strangio
The former Thai leader established a close relationship with Hun Sen during his 15 years in self-exile.
War Crimes and the Meaning of Genocide

War Crimes and the Meaning of Genocide

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with war crimes lawyer Michael Karnavas.

Why Cambodia Needs to Incorporate More Women Into Its Foreign Policy Process

Why Cambodia Needs to Incorporate More Women Into Its Foreign Policy Process

By Thong Sariputta
The country and the region would benefit from women's greater involvement in diplomacy and foreign affairs.

Jack Adamović Davies on the Rise and Rise of Cambodia’s Prince Group

Jack Adamović Davies on the Rise and Rise of Cambodia’s Prince Group

By Sebastian Strangio
"The era of the 'shell country' is having its ascendancy and Cambodia is a prime example of the phenomenon."

Cambodia’s Former PM Sues Rights Activist For Defamation

Cambodia’s Former PM Sues Rights Activist For Defamation

By Sebastian Strangio
The lawsuit, filed on Monday, is the latest sign that the country's rolling political crackdown is continuing under its new-look leadership.

New Cambodian PM to Depart on First State Visit to Thailand

New Cambodian PM to Depart on First State Visit to Thailand

By Sebastian Strangio
Hun Manet's scheduled meeting with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will focus on economic cooperation and border issues, according to the two governments.
Cambodia Looks to the Future By Luring Back Western Investors

Cambodia Looks to the Future By Luring Back Western Investors

By Luke Hunt
The IMF sees significant downside risks as Cambodia slips on corruption index.

Rights Groups Condemn Thailand’s Arrest of Cambodian Dissident Exiles

Rights Groups Condemn Thailand’s Arrest of Cambodian Dissident Exiles

By Sebastian Strangio
The arrest of the three Cambodian dissidents came ahead of a state visit by Prime Minister Hun Manet on February 7.

Cambodia Needs a Genocide Museum

Cambodia Needs a Genocide Museum

By Michael G. Karnavas
Establishing the Sleuk Rith Institute would meet this need, and more.  

Aren’t Cambodia’s Journalists Tired Of Being Spoken Down To?

Aren’t Cambodia’s Journalists Tired Of Being Spoken Down To?

By David Hutt
The country's government views the press as an adjunct of power.
Cambodian PM Sacks City Mayor Amid Firings and Demotions

Cambodian PM Sacks City Mayor Amid Firings and Demotions

By Luke Hunt
Diplomats posted to Phnom Penh expect the new leader's bureaucratic shake-out to continue.

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