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Opposition Leaders Testing Cambodia’s Chilly Political Waters
September 30, 2020

Opposition Leaders Testing Cambodia’s Chilly Political Waters

By Luke Hunt
The maneuvering of Kem Sokha and Sam Rainsy once again spells trouble for their supporters inside Cambodia.

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?
When Hun Sen Met Kem Sokha
May 13, 2020

When Hun Sen Met Kem Sokha

By David Hutt
The meeting between Hun Sen and the opposition-leader-turned-treason-suspect is a political signal -- but of what?

Sam Rainsy Is Not a Coward
January 31, 2020

Sam Rainsy Is Not a Coward

By Mu Sochua
The attempt by Sam Rainsy to return to Cambodia on November 9, 2019, though unsuccessful, shows who is afraid.

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.

What’s Next for Cambodia’s Opposition Politics?
November 14, 2019

What’s Next for Cambodia’s Opposition Politics?

By David Hutt
After a big week for the country’s opposition, a look at what may lie ahead for it as well as Cambodian politics more generally.

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?

The Life and Near Death of Sam Rainsy
March 27, 2019

The Life and Near Death of Sam Rainsy

By Andrew Nachemson
22 years after surviving a grenade attack, the popular opposition leader faces new questions about his role in politics.

January 7 in Cambodia: One Date, Two Narratives
January 16, 2019

January 7 in Cambodia: One Date, Two Narratives

By Kimkong Heng
Cambodian politicians should move beyond their arguments over history and find common ground to move Cambodia forward.

Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself
December 31, 2018

Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself

By Andrew Nachemson
The Cambodian prime minister inaugurated a monument celebrating his own achievements.
Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack
December 12, 2018

Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack

By Alex Willemyns
After 2018’s election, Cambodia’s once united opposition veers toward a split.

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