Hun Manet 1, US State Department 0
By Arthur Eremita
Washington flip-flops on $18 million Cambodia aid penalty.
Tit for Tat: The Fall-out From the US Approach to Politics and Policy in Cambodia
By Alex Palmer
Washington was right to censure Phnom Penh in its latest Trafficking in Persons Report. But the U.S. government risks entangling legitimate criticism with geopolitical tensions.
What the Cambodian Naval Base Brouhaha Overlooks
By Sebastian Strangio
The establishment of a Chinese military presence in southern Cambodia would mark the culmination of three decades of misplaced U.S. policy toward the country.
What are the Implications of the US-ASEAN Summit for Cambodia-US Relations?
By Sokvy Rim
In recent weeks, the Cambodian government has given hints that it is open to an improvement in relations with Washington.
Can the US Bring Cambodia Back from the Brink?
By Charles Dunst
The road to democratization in Cambodia is paved with obstacles.
Uncertainty and Pressure: Cambodia Under the Weight of Sanctions
By Kimkong Heng and Veasna Var
Cambodia should be more wary of Western sanctions.
The Folly of US Intervention in Cambodia
By Ian Li
What lessons from the Cold War should Washington heed?
Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?
By Chelsea Garbell
Why are state legislators from Washington state in the United States cozying up to the Cambodian regime?