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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.

Will Sam Rainsy’s Promised Cambodia Return Bring People Power Or Something Else?
September 11, 2019

Will Sam Rainsy’s Promised Cambodia Return Bring People Power Or Something Else?

By David Hutt
Despite the opposition figure’s optimistic assessment, the outlook following his possible return to Cambodia remains unclear.

The Dark Year Since Cambodia’s 2018 Election
July 29, 2019

The Dark Year Since Cambodia’s 2018 Election

By Mu Sochua
The year since the controversial poll brought growing repression at home and further isolation abroad.
What Next for Democracy in Cambodia?
July 24, 2019

What Next for Democracy in Cambodia?

By Tej Parikh
Hun Sen has remained defiant since eradicating his political opposition. How should the world respond?

Was Cambodia Ever Really a Democracy?
July 04, 2019

Was Cambodia Ever Really a Democracy?

By Andrew Nachemson
The coup of July 1997 cemented Hun Sen’s grip over the country, and it’s never wavered since.

Cambodia’s Democracy and EU Trade Privileges: Taking a Long-Term View
February 22, 2019

Cambodia’s Democracy and EU Trade Privileges: Taking a Long-Term View

By Darren Touch
Withdrawing Cambodia’s EBA privileges might not do more harm than good.

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.
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.

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