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Cambodia and the West's Common Enemy: Tuberculosis
January 23, 2018
Cambodia and the West's Common Enemy: Tuberculosis
Cambodia's fight against TB has largely relied on Western aid. Will those funds continue?
Cambodia and the West's Common Enemy: Tuberculosis
Cambodia Breaks With the West
December 22, 2017
Cambodia Breaks With the West
Cambodia’s drastic renunciation of democracy in 2017 was accompanied by deteriorating relations with the US and EU.
Cambodia Breaks With the West
Cambodian Treason Case Highlights Cold War Rivalries
November 27, 2017
Cambodian Treason Case Highlights Cold War Rivalries
The case against Kem Sokha and the CNRP hearkens back to rivalries forged during Cold War proxy warfare.
Cambodian Treason Case Highlights Cold War Rivalries
Democracy in Asia: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
September 15, 2017
Democracy in Asia: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
How has democracy fared in Asia over the last decade – and what can help in pushing the agenda forward?
Democracy in Asia: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
Stop Hyping Up Sam Rainsy's Return to Cambodia
June 20, 2017
Stop Hyping Up Sam Rainsy's Return to Cambodia
It is not clear what good the opposition figure’s reentry would do for him, his party, or his country.
Stop Hyping Up Sam Rainsy's Return to Cambodia
Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
April 22, 2017
Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
Two wrongs do not make a right.
Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia's War Debt
The Real Danger of Cambodia’s ‘Gay King’ Episode
January 12, 2017
The Real Danger of Cambodia’s ‘Gay King’ Episode
A recent incident could have broader implications for democracy and human rights in the country.
The Real Danger of Cambodia’s ‘Gay King’ Episode
Cambodia: 25 Years of Peace, But to What End?
November 04, 2016
Cambodia: 25 Years of Peace, But to What End?
A quarter-century after the 1991 Paris Peace Accords, questions remain about the country's future.
Cambodia: 25 Years of Peace, But to What End?
Does Cambodia Really Care About Its Disabled?
November 03, 2016
Does Cambodia Really Care About Its Disabled?
The evidence suggests that more attention needs to be given to the problem.
Does Cambodia Really Care About Its Disabled?
Two Letters for Cambodia's Hun Sen
August 06, 2016
Two Letters for Cambodia's Hun Sen
A window into the issues the premier currently faces and how he prefers to respond to them.
Two Letters for Cambodia's Hun Sen
Cambodia’s Democratic Development: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain
July 21, 2016
Cambodia’s Democratic Development: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain
Despite recent setbacks, the long-term trends for Cambodia's democracy are encouraging.
Cambodia’s Democratic Development: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain
US Launches New Initiative for Cambodia NGOs
July 13, 2016
US Launches New Initiative for Cambodia NGOs
USAID project seeks to boost capacity of civil society organizations.
US Launches New Initiative for Cambodia NGOs
What's Behind the Death of a Prominent Cambodia Government Critic?
July 11, 2016
What's Behind the Death of a Prominent Cambodia Government Critic?
Kem Ley was shot dead in broad daylight on Sunday morning
What's Behind the Death of a Prominent Cambodia Government Critic?
US Must Put Human Rights First With Cambodia: Lawmaker
February 05, 2016
US Must Put Human Rights First With Cambodia: Lawmaker
Washington asked to push human rights as it engages the Southeast Asian state.
US Must Put Human Rights First With Cambodia: Lawmaker
Cambodia’s Hun Many Calls for Stronger US Ties
January 21, 2016
Cambodia’s Hun Many Calls for Stronger US Ties
The son of the country’s premier urges both sides to boost relations in spite of lingering differences.
Cambodia’s Hun Many Calls for Stronger US Ties
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