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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.
Two Rappers Convicted of ‘Incitement’ in Cambodia
December 23, 2020

Two Rappers Convicted of ‘Incitement’ in Cambodia

By Sebastian Strangio
The country's long crackdown continues.

The Flashpoints of Hun Sen’s Cambodia
December 23, 2020

The Flashpoints of Hun Sen’s Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Ou Virak about human rights, China's rise, and the plight of the Mekong River.

Sister of Missing Thai Dissident Meets with Cambodian Judge
December 08, 2020

Sister of Missing Thai Dissident Meets with Cambodian Judge

By Associated Press
Wanchalearm Satsaksit was snatched off the street in front of his Phnom Penh apartment in early June.

With New Arrest, Cambodia’s Permanent Crackdown Intensifies
September 22, 2020

With New Arrest, Cambodia’s Permanent Crackdown Intensifies

By Sebastian Strangio
Amid the economic fallout from COVID-19, Hun Sen's government has succeeded in keeping a lid on rising public discontent—but for how much longer?

UN Renews Push on Thai Activist’s Disappearance
September 16, 2020

UN Renews Push on Thai Activist’s Disappearance

By Sebastian Strangio
Correspondence reveals the Cambodian government's threadbare investigation into the apparent abduction.
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.

Cambodia’s Lost Digital Opportunity in the COVID-19 Fight
April 17, 2020

Cambodia’s Lost Digital Opportunity in the COVID-19 Fight

By Marc Pinol
New restrictions on online speech will be counterproductive for the coronavirus response – and damaging for the country in the long term.

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.

Beyond the Trump-Hun Sen Letters, Where Will a US-Cambodia Thaw End Up?
November 29, 2019

Beyond the Trump-Hun Sen Letters, Where Will a US-Cambodia Thaw End Up?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Amid the spotlight on the correspondence by the two leaders looms the bigger question of what a recalibrated relationship may look like and how it will evolve in the future.
What Happens After a Cambodia Opposition Party Comeback?
October 31, 2019

What Happens After a Cambodia Opposition Party Comeback?

By David Hutt
A look at a range of scenarios that could follow a significant potential development.

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