Tag

Cambodia politics

Page 3 of 19
Meta Rejects Recommendation to Suspend Former Cambodian PM From Facebook

Meta Rejects Recommendation to Suspend Former Cambodian PM From Facebook

By Sebastian Strangio
The case has been widely seen as a test for how the social media company deals with hate speech and incitement by prominent public figures.
Hun Manet’s Cambodia: An Anatomy of Administrative Bloat

Hun Manet’s Cambodia: An Anatomy of Administrative Bloat

By Sebastian Strangio
The transition of power from long-serving PM Hun Sen to his son has been accompanied by a significant expansion of the country's administrative apparatus.

Hun Sen’s Legacy is the Defeat of Western Foreign Policy

Hun Sen’s Legacy is the Defeat of Western Foreign Policy

By Gordon Conochie
The long-serving Cambodian leader has demonstrated that there is nothing natural or inevitable about the emergence of liberal democracy.

Assessing Cambodia’s New Political Leadership

Assessing Cambodia’s New Political Leadership

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Bradley Murg.

Cambodian Parliament Approves Longtime Leader’s Son as Prime Minister

Cambodian Parliament Approves Longtime Leader’s Son as Prime Minister

By David Rising and Sopheng Cheang
The long-planned succession is part of a broader generational shift within the ruling Cambodian People's Party.
Cambodia Unveils Youthful New Cabinet Ahead of Power Transition

Cambodia Unveils Youthful New Cabinet Ahead of Power Transition

By Sebastian Strangio
As expected, the line-up of ministers, who will be sworn in along with Prime Minister Hun Manet on August 22, includes many close relations of high-ranking CPP officials.

Cambodia’s King Officially Appoints Hun Manet Prime Minister

Cambodia’s King Officially Appoints Hun Manet Prime Minister

By Sebastian Strangio
The 45-year-old son of long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen will take office on August 22, pending a parliamentary vote of confidence.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Says He Will Remain Power Behind the Throne

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Says He Will Remain Power Behind the Throne

By Sebastian Strangio
The outgoing leader said that he may be obliged to retake the prime ministership in the event of instability or in-fighting.

How Will Cambodia’s Incoming Leader Affect the Country’s Foreign Relations?

How Will Cambodia’s Incoming Leader Affect the Country’s Foreign Relations?

By Sebastian Strangio
China will be the main benefactor of the Hun Manet administration, while relations with the Western democracies will remain fraught.

Cambodian Naval Base to Test Hun Manet’s Relations With Washington

Cambodian Naval Base to Test Hun Manet’s Relations With Washington

By Luke Hunt
Satellite images confirm China-backed Ream upgrade is almost complete.

Missing in Action? Australia’s Muted Response to Cambodia’s Autocratic Turn

Missing in Action? Australia’s Muted Response to Cambodia’s Autocratic Turn

By Anna Verney
Australian officials played an important role in creating the country’s democratic system, but have been puzzlingly silent as Prime Minister Hun Sen has leveled it to its foundations.
Cambodia Hunting Down Opposition Activists Who Advocated Spoiling Ballots

Cambodia Hunting Down Opposition Activists Who Advocated Spoiling Ballots

By Sebastian Strangio
Despite winning 120 of the 125 seats in parliament, the ruling CPP is cracking down on even minor gestures of dissent.

Page 3 of 19