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Cambodian PM Hun Manet Poised for Bureaucratic Shake-up

Cambodian PM Hun Manet Poised for Bureaucratic Shake-up

By Luke Hunt
The new government is facing Chinese pressure to weed out local tycoons involved with Chinese cyberscam syndicates.

Smackdown on O’Smach: Cambodia’s Path Out of Tier 3?

Smackdown on O’Smach: Cambodia’s Path Out of Tier 3?

By Arthur Eremita
There may yet be a chance for the country’s new government to charm itself into a human trafficking upgrade.
Cambodian PM’s First 100 Days Show Real Transfer of Power Yet to Come

Cambodian PM’s First 100 Days Show Real Transfer of Power Yet to Come

By Sam Rainsy
As expected, the new government led by Prime Minister Hun Manet has been a case of old wine in new bottles.

An Open Letter to Cambodia’s Hun Manet About His PhD Thesis

An Open Letter to Cambodia’s Hun Manet About His PhD Thesis

By David Whitehouse
Despite repeated requests, Bristol University has refused to release the Cambodian leader's doctoral thesis in economics.

Hun Manet’s Cambodia?

Hun Manet’s Cambodia?

By Neil Loughlin
Manet’s path to security in power will be difficult, as he is forced to carefully navigate the system his father built and, to a large degree, still controls.

Cambodian Propaganda: Playing the Victim to Get Away With Murder

Cambodian Propaganda: Playing the Victim to Get Away With Murder

By Arthur Eremita
In recent months, government-aligned media outlets have had one mission: to deflect and deny reports about the country's surge in sophisticated cyber-fraud operations.

A Cambodian-Born Australian Politician on Repression and Diaspora Politics

A Cambodian-Born Australian Politician on Repression and Diaspora Politics

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Heang Tak.
In Hun Manet’s Cambodia, It Is the Perception of Change That Matters

In Hun Manet’s Cambodia, It Is the Perception of Change That Matters

By David Hutt
The country's new prime minister is bound to the system created by his father. But for some foreign governments, it is enough that there is a new face at the top.

Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Figure to 3 Years Prison

Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Figure to 3 Years Prison

By Sebastian Strangio
The sentence came just weeks after Thach Setha was sentenced to 18 months prison for allegedly passing fraudulent checks.

Five Cambodian Elections

Five Cambodian Elections

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Gordon Conochie.

Cambodia’s Hun Sen: The Tiger That Rules the Mountain

Cambodia’s Hun Sen: The Tiger That Rules the Mountain

By Sebastian Strangio
The author of a new book on Cambodia reflects on the long career of the former PM and international attempt to foster democracy in a conflict-torn nation.
In Search of Hun Manet’s Bristol University PhD Thesis

In Search of Hun Manet’s Bristol University PhD Thesis

By David Whitehouse
In 2009, Cambodia's new prime minister was awarded a doctorate in economics – but it is nearly impossible to access his thesis.

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