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English Football League to Probe Alleged Cambodian Ownership Connection

English Football League to Probe Alleged Cambodian Ownership Connection

By Sebastian Strangio
A Radio Free Asia investigation into the naturalized Chinese tycoon Wang Yaohui reveals a lot about the nature of corruption in Cambodia – and at the global level.
Cambodia Dismisses US Sanctions as ‘Politically Motivated’

Cambodia Dismisses US Sanctions as ‘Politically Motivated’

By David Rising and Sopheng Cheang
While U.S. relations with Phnom Penh have long been frosty, new tensions relate to China's construction of facilities at Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base.

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

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.

Cambodia Sets Up Working Group to Scrutinize Granting of Honorific Title

Cambodia Sets Up Working Group to Scrutinize Granting of Honorific Title

By Sebastian Strangio
The 'oknha' title encapsulates the tight political pact between the ruling CPP and the Cambodian business community.

Cambodia COVID-19 Drive Rests on Elite Charity Networks

Cambodia COVID-19 Drive Rests on Elite Charity Networks

By David Hutt
The Cambodian government is presenting COVID-19 relief packages as a gift from the wealthy and well-connected.
Domestic Violence Scandal Highlights Cambodian Government’s Hypocrisy

Domestic Violence Scandal Highlights Cambodian Government’s Hypocrisy

By David Hutt
A treatment of the self-claimed businessman Duong Chhay reveals once again that in Hun Sen's Cambodia, there is one set of rules for the powerful and another for everyone else.

Grassroots Activists Work to Save Remaining Cardamom Mountains Rainforest

Grassroots Activists Work to Save Remaining Cardamom Mountains Rainforest

By Joe Patchett
The burden of safeguarding the region's rich resources falls on local environmental groups and a small number of park rangers.
Cambodia’s Ball-and-Chain of Corruption and Inequality

Cambodia’s Ball-and-Chain of Corruption and Inequality

By David Hutt
COVID-19 offered the Cambodian government an opportunity to curb the worst excesses of corruption. Instead, things went in the other direction.

The Truth About Cambodia’s So-Called Corruption Crackdown

The Truth About Cambodia’s So-Called Corruption Crackdown

By David Hutt
Efforts to root out corruption in the country are likely to run once again into familiar realities.

Chevron, Kem Ley's Murder, and Cambodian Politics

Chevron, Kem Ley's Murder, and Cambodian Politics

By G.C. Daigle
Kem Ley was gunned down in the parking lot of a Caltex station. That location was not randomly selected.

Cambodia, China Deepen War on Financial Crimes

Cambodia, China Deepen War on Financial Crimes

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The two countries want to boost collaboration in combating money laundering and terrorism financing.
Cambodia Now ASEAN’s Most Corrupt Country

Cambodia Now ASEAN’s Most Corrupt Country

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The country records the region's worst score in Transparency International’s annual corruption index.

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