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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.
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?

Is the EU Wrong on Rights in Cambodia?
May 17, 2019

Is the EU Wrong on Rights in Cambodia?

By Kongkea Chhoeun
The EU's approach risks undermining Cambodia's development and harming its own image in the country.

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.
What’s Behind Cambodia’s War on Fake News?
July 10, 2018

What’s Behind Cambodia’s War on Fake News?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The government’s efforts to regulate fake news have raised concerns amid a wider campaign to suppress dissent as elections approach.

What’s Next for the Alleged Australia Spy in a Cambodia Prison?
June 08, 2018

What’s Next for the Alleged Australia Spy in a Cambodia Prison?

By Luke Hunt
James Ricketson, who has endured more than a year behind bars, is expected to know his fate soon.

What’s Missing From Cambodia’s Democracy?
May 22, 2018

What’s Missing From Cambodia’s Democracy?

By Andrew Nachemson
The problems are deeper than the lack of a viable opposition party.

New Hun Sen Threats as Cambodia’s Sham Election Nears
February 24, 2018

New Hun Sen Threats as Cambodia’s Sham Election Nears

By Alphonsus Pettit
The premier’s worrying words and actions continue as polls approach.
Cambodia and the West's Common Enemy: Tuberculosis
January 23, 2018

Cambodia and the West's Common Enemy: Tuberculosis

By Austin Bodetti
Cambodia's fight against TB has largely relied on Western aid. Will those funds continue?

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