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Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia
January 16, 2019

Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia

By Danielle Keeton-Olsen
One of Cambodia’s top international school systems has quietly changed hands amid the Gülen controversy.
Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself
December 31, 2018

Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself

By Andrew Nachemson
The Cambodian prime minister inaugurated a monument celebrating his own achievements.

Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack
December 12, 2018

Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack

By Alex Willemyns
After 2018’s election, Cambodia’s once united opposition veers toward a split.

The Khmer Rouge Trials: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
November 14, 2018

The Khmer Rouge Trials: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By Peter Maguire
As the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia prepares its final verdict, a look back at its legacy.

Anti-Chinese Sentiment on the Rise in Cambodia
November 07, 2018

Anti-Chinese Sentiment on the Rise in Cambodia

By George Wright
Increasing Chinese political influence and presence in Cambodia has sparked anti-Chinese sentiment.
Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution
October 25, 2018

Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution

By M.G. Zimeta
Big data, AI, and digital technologies: Cambodia’s nascent tech sector is blooming.

A New Era for Hun Sen’s Cambodia?
August 17, 2018

A New Era for Hun Sen’s Cambodia?

By Luke Hunt
The election outcome all but completes the country’s transition to a one-party state.
Cambodia's Elections Highlight Growing Marginalization
August 09, 2018

Cambodia's Elections Highlight Growing Marginalization

By John Harley Breen
Neopatrimonialism remains the predominant influence on Cambodia’s political trajectory.

Cheering Cambodia's Strongman
July 28, 2018

Cheering Cambodia's Strongman

By Philip Heijmans
Despite an intense crackdown on dissent, Hun Sen's supporters turned out for a mass rally ahead of Cambodia's elections.

Leave No Man Behind: The Truth About the Mayaguez Incident 
June 19, 2018

Leave No Man Behind: The Truth About the Mayaguez Incident 

By Peter Maguire
The last casualties of the final battle of the Vietnam War were 3 Marines left behind on Cambodia's Koh Tang Island.

What’s Missing From Cambodia’s Democracy?
May 22, 2018

What’s Missing From Cambodia’s Democracy?

By Andrew Nachemson
The problems are deeper than the lack of a viable opposition party.
The South China Sea and ASEAN's 32nd Summit Meeting
April 26, 2018

The South China Sea and ASEAN's 32nd Summit Meeting

By Carl Thayer
Will Cambodia once again undermine ASEAN’s position on the South China Sea?

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