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Is Cambodia Really Becoming a Dictatorship?
September 22, 2017

Is Cambodia Really Becoming a Dictatorship?

By David Hutt
Despite troubling developments, a little more optimism is warranted as the Cambodian people get ready to go to the polls.
What’s Really Behind Cambodia’s Latest Opposition Crackdown?
September 09, 2017

What’s Really Behind Cambodia’s Latest Opposition Crackdown?

By Sovinda Po
A closer look at recent domestic political developments, the forces behind them, and why they matter.

Cambodia's Worrying War on Free Speech
September 02, 2017

Cambodia's Worrying War on Free Speech

By David Hutt
The Hun Sen government is attempting to do through legal means what it had once done through violence.

What’s Behind the New Cambodia-Laos Border Crisis?
August 16, 2017

What’s Behind the New Cambodia-Laos Border Crisis?

By Luke Hunt
A closer look at an episode in the context of Hun Sen’s wider domestic and foreign policy.

Cambodia: Past, Present, and Future
August 09, 2017

Cambodia: Past, Present, and Future

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Rob Carmichael.
Hun Sen Scores Victory in Cambodia’s Commune Elections
June 06, 2017

Hun Sen Scores Victory in Cambodia’s Commune Elections

By Luke Hunt
Preliminary results indicate an outcome that is boost for the ruling party and a blow to an embattled opposition.

Should Cambodia Forget Forgiveness in its US Debt Controversy?
March 23, 2017

Should Cambodia Forget Forgiveness in its US Debt Controversy?

By Luke Hunt
The country has few options to deal with the issue.
Why Did Cambodia Just Cut US Military Drills?
January 18, 2017

Why Did Cambodia Just Cut US Military Drills?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Phnom Penh’s official reasons for the nixing do not pass the smell test and raise troubling questions.

Kem Ley's Murder and Cambodia's Other Worries
July 21, 2016

Kem Ley's Murder and Cambodia's Other Worries

By Luke Hunt
The killing is only one of a series of concerns that has surfaced in the Southeast Asian state in recent weeks.

The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics
October 31, 2014

The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics

By Phoak Kung
The ruling elite can no longer simply ignore the opinions of the Cambodian public.

Can Cambodia’s Media Reform?
April 22, 2014

Can Cambodia’s Media Reform?

By Theara Khoun
Without sweeping reform, traditional media in Cambodia is at risk of becoming irrelevant.
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