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Key Questions Remain Unanswered in Killing of Cambodian Activist
July 12, 2021

Key Questions Remain Unanswered in Killing of Cambodian Activist

By Sebastian Strangio
The 2016 killing of Dr. Kem Ley marked the beginning of a severe tightening of the political space.

How the US Can Help Cambodians Restore Their Country’s Democracy
June 02, 2021

How the US Can Help Cambodians Restore Their Country’s Democracy

By Mu Sochua
The U.S. should propose a post-pandemic development program based on human rights, democratic principles, and the rule of law.
Is Cambodia’s Exclusive Dependence on China Inevitable?
May 27, 2021

Is Cambodia’s Exclusive Dependence on China Inevitable?

By Sam Rainsy
The most practical course for a small country is to cultivate as many friends and partners as possible.

European Parliament Turns up the Heat on Cambodia’s Hun Sen
March 16, 2021

European Parliament Turns up the Heat on Cambodia’s Hun Sen

By Sebastian Strangio
The strongly-worded resolution is unlikely to induce any change of heart on the part of Cambodia's corrupt and self-focused elites.

Cambodian Police Bar Journalists From Covering Investigations
January 29, 2021

Cambodian Police Bar Journalists From Covering Investigations

By Luke Hunt
Should the rounding up of dissidents and other criminal investigations simply be ignored?

Cambodian Exile Return Bid Crashes Into Visa Hurdle
January 18, 2021

Cambodian Exile Return Bid Crashes Into Visa Hurdle

By Sebastian Strangio
The attempt nonetheless succeeded in drawing international attention to the repression inside the country.

A Letter from a Cambodian Woman in Exile
January 07, 2021

A Letter from a Cambodian Woman in Exile

By Mu Sochua
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s onslaught against the Cambodian opposition has not ceased.
The World According to Cambodia’s CPP
July 17, 2020

The World According to Cambodia’s CPP

By Sebastian Strangio
If the West truly wants to change Hun Sen’s behavior, it needs to understand how he sees the world.

Why More Hun Sen Has Meant Less Progress for Cambodia
February 14, 2020

Why More Hun Sen Has Meant Less Progress for Cambodia

By David Hutt
While Cambodia is certainly better off than it was in the 1990s, progress has slowed as the premier’s rule has continued.

Cambodia and Thailand: A Story of Swapping Transitions, or Something Else?
February 08, 2020

Cambodia and Thailand: A Story of Swapping Transitions, or Something Else?

By Andrew Nachemson
A closer look at the evolution of regime dynamics in the two countries in recent years.

Can Cambodia’s Opposition Survive?
January 01, 2020

Can Cambodia’s Opposition Survive?

By Andrew Nachemson
Tales of the CNRP’s demise have so far been greatly exaggerated, but the clock is ticking.
Why Is a Washington State Senator Lobbying for Cambodia?
December 24, 2019

Why Is a Washington State Senator Lobbying for Cambodia?

By Cristina Maza
Ericksen argues that the United States should forge closer ties with Cambodia. Critics cringe at a legislator lobbying for a foreign government.

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