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Cambodia to Send Deminers to Help Train Ukrainians
November 02, 2022

Cambodia to Send Deminers to Help Train Ukrainians

By Associated Press
In collaboration with Japan, Cambodia will dispatch experienced demining specialists to Ukraine.

China, Cambodia Breaking Ground on Joint Port Project
June 08, 2022

China, Cambodia Breaking Ground on Joint Port Project

By David Rising and Sopheng Cheang
A Cambodian government spokesman described the expansion of the Ream Naval Base as “cooperation between China and Cambodia” but rejected reports of a Chinese base.
At Long Last, Signs of Justice for 1997 Cambodia Massacre
March 30, 2022

At Long Last, Signs of Justice for 1997 Cambodia Massacre

By Brad Adams
The brazen attack in broad daylight 25 years ago has ingrained impunity in Cambodia more than any other single act in the country’s post-Khmer Rouge history.

Myanmar Crisis and Hun Sen’s Visit: ASEAN in Disarray?
January 19, 2022

Myanmar Crisis and Hun Sen’s Visit: ASEAN in Disarray?

By Delwar Hossain
Hun Sen was the first foreign leader to visit Myanmar since the military's overthrow of the country's democratically elected government.

Cambodia Bolts Into Its New Normal
November 26, 2021

Cambodia Bolts Into Its New Normal

By Luke Hunt
The road ahead is long and lonely for Cambodia, with Chinese largess checked by the pandemic and Western interests soured by pre-pandemic crackdowns.

Will Cambodia Commit to Protecting Its Forests?
November 13, 2021

Will Cambodia Commit to Protecting Its Forests?

By Nith Kosal
Over the past two decades, Cambodia has lost 28 percent of its tree cover. Inaction will mean further losses. 

China Isn’t the Only Reason for Cambodia’s Vaccination Success
November 04, 2021

China Isn’t the Only Reason for Cambodia’s Vaccination Success

By David Hutt
More than good relations with China, Cambodia’s vaccination success comes down to effective and responsive government actions in a moment of crisis.
Comrade Duch, Chief Khmer Rouge Executioner, Dies at 77
September 02, 2020

Comrade Duch, Chief Khmer Rouge Executioner, Dies at 77

By Sebastian Strangio
His trial and conviction demonstrated both the potential, and limits, of international justice.

Inside China’s Belt and Road Tangle
September 01, 2020

Inside China’s Belt and Road Tangle

By Sebastian Strangio
Far from being a strategic masterplan, the BRI is a chaotic enterprise that contains the seeds of its own negation.

From Phnom Penh With Love
August 25, 2020

From Phnom Penh With Love

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with author, journalist and television producer Glen Felgate.

Douglas Latchford: The Man Who Pillaged Cambodia
August 21, 2020

Douglas Latchford: The Man Who Pillaged Cambodia

By Tess Davis
Latchford leaves behind a dark legacy of looting and cultural destruction, which will long outlive him.
EU Slaps Duties on Cambodia Exports Over Rights Concerns
August 13, 2020

EU Slaps Duties on Cambodia Exports Over Rights Concerns

By Associated Press
The decision hits the "Everything But Arms" — or EBA — program that Cambodia has with the EU.

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