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What’s Next for Kem Sokha’s Trial in Cambodia?
December 07, 2019

What’s Next for Kem Sokha’s Trial in Cambodia?

By David Hutt
Recent developments have highlighted the event and the implications it could have for Cambodia's domestic and foreign affairs.

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.
Counting the Costs of Sam Rainsy’s Failed Return to Cambodia
November 13, 2019

Counting the Costs of Sam Rainsy’s Failed Return to Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
The opposition leader’s thwarted bid to return to the country is not without its costs, irrespective of whatever benefits it may generate.

ASEAN and Non-Interference: What Do Cambodia’s Evolving Opposition Dynamics Reveal?
November 13, 2019

ASEAN and Non-Interference: What Do Cambodia’s Evolving Opposition Dynamics Reveal?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at Southeast Asia’s evolving approach to non-interference and the cross-border impacts of Cambodia’s recent opposition dynamics.

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.

What’s Next for Kem Sokha and Cambodia’s Opposition?
September 04, 2019

What’s Next for Kem Sokha and Cambodia’s Opposition?

By David Hutt
The anniversary of the Cambodian opposition leader’s detention this week raises questions about his future.

Does Cambodia’s Opposition Finally Have a Winning Comeback Plan?
July 03, 2019

Does Cambodia’s Opposition Finally Have a Winning Comeback Plan?

By David Hutt
The comeback strategy in the works amounts to a bold leap into the unknown, and it is unclear if it will pay off.  
Cambodia’s Opposition Party Must End its Policy Silence Now
April 26, 2019

Cambodia’s Opposition Party Must End its Policy Silence Now

By David Hutt
The CNRP’s weakened position makes the case for unveiling policy specifics stronger than ever.

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.

Could the End of Cambodia’s Opposition Be a Good Thing?
September 08, 2017

Could the End of Cambodia’s Opposition Be a Good Thing?

By David Hutt
A closer look at the implications of the ongoing government crackdown in the Southeast Asian state ahead of upcoming polls.

Why Cambodia’s Future Could Be Shaped By Its Senate
June 30, 2017

Why Cambodia’s Future Could Be Shaped By Its Senate

By David Hutt
The role of the legislative body has been overlooked but could be potentially important in determining the country’s politics.
Why Is Cambodia’s Illegal Logging Problem Still Rolling On?
May 10, 2017

Why Is Cambodia’s Illegal Logging Problem Still Rolling On?

By Luke Hunt
Report contradicts the official position that industrial-scale illegal logging is finished.

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