Cambodia Should Drop the Charges Against Sam Rainsy – Or Give Him His Day in Court
By David Whitehouse
For nearly seven years, Prime Minister Hun Sen has used every legal trick at his disposal to exclude his main rival from the country's political life.
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.
False Freedom for Cambodia's Adhoc 5
By Nina Trige Andersen
Five Cambodian human rights defenders were released after 427 days in prison, but their every move is still monitored.