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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.

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.
The Truth About Cambodia’s So-Called Corruption Crackdown
August 28, 2019

The Truth About Cambodia’s So-Called Corruption Crackdown

By David Hutt
Efforts to root out corruption in the country are likely to run once again into familiar realities.

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.

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.  

Hun Manet: The Next Prime Minister of Cambodia?
June 08, 2019

Hun Manet: The Next Prime Minister of Cambodia?

By David Hutt
The issue of succession continues to loom large in Cambodia’s politics.

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.
What Did Suu Kyi’s First Cambodia Visit Achieve?
May 07, 2019

What Did Suu Kyi’s First Cambodia Visit Achieve?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at a significant development within Cambodia-Myanmar relations.

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.

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.

The Mirage of a Cambodia Palace Coup
March 14, 2019

The Mirage of a Cambodia Palace Coup

By David Hutt
Suggestions by Sam Rainsy of a palace coup grossly overestimate factionalism in the CPP and underestimate Hun Sen’s power.
Remembering Heng Samrin and Cambodia’s Rebirth
February 01, 2019

Remembering Heng Samrin and Cambodia’s Rebirth

By Luke Hunt
Luke Hunt speaks with veteran journalist Peter Starr about the career of one of the twentieth century’s greatest guerrilla commanders.

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