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Beyond <em>I Am Super Student</em>: Cambodia’s Drug Problem
May 29, 2013
Beyond I Am Super Student: Cambodia’s Drug Problem
Cambodia is slowly coming to terms with a serious drug problem.
Beyond I Am Super Student: Cambodia’s Drug Problem
Learning Chinese on the Rise in Cambodia
May 22, 2013
Learning Chinese on the Rise in Cambodia
For ambitious young Cambodians, Chinese is becoming the obvious second language to master.
Learning Chinese on the Rise in Cambodia
Cambodia's Economic Opportunity
May 09, 2013
Cambodia's Economic Opportunity
While significant obstacles remain, the success of the rice sector is a potentially crucial driver in Cambodia’s prosperous and equitable development.
Cambodia's Economic Opportunity
Thailand Bans Film on Preah Vihear (Updated)
April 26, 2013
Thailand Bans Film on Preah Vihear (Updated)
Boundary, a Thai documentary, has been banned. (Update: Ban now lifted)
Thailand Bans Film on Preah Vihear (Updated)
Murdered in Cambodia
March 28, 2013
Murdered in Cambodia
A tragic murder has underlined the need for reform among Cambodia’s police force.
Murdered in Cambodia
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
March 14, 2013
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
Former Khmer Rouge President Ieng Sary has died of natural causes, prompting calls for swifter justice.
Ieng Sary’s Death Adds Pressure for ECCC to Find Justice
Activist Mam Sonando’s Glimmer of Hope
March 08, 2013
Activist Mam Sonando’s Glimmer of Hope
Cambodian land activist Mam Sonando awaits a verdict on his appeal to overturn charges of insurrection.
Activist Mam Sonando’s Glimmer of Hope
Politics, Gangnam Style
February 13, 2013
Politics, Gangnam Style
Korean pop superstar Psy has unwittingly been co-opted into Southeast Asia’s political scene.
Politics, Gangnam Style
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
February 06, 2013
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
Cambodians paid their last respects to their late King Norodom Sinhanouk at his cremation this week. He was 89.
Cambodian King Sihanouk’s Final Journey
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
January 30, 2013
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
Photojournalist Al Rockoff recounts the dramatic overtaking of Phnom Penh at the historic Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
Al Rockoff Tells It Like It Was
Asian Films Dominate at Sundance
January 30, 2013
Asian Films Dominate at Sundance
Four films from the Asia-Pacific took home awards from this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Asian Films Dominate at Sundance
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
January 29, 2013
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
Cambodia has certainly endured its share of turbulent times. Its long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen will soon go to the polls. The Diplomat profiles him here.
Hun Sen’s Battle for Middle Earth
January 23, 2013
Laos Finally Called Out over Xayaburi Dam
Are regional tensions over the Xayaburi Dam coming to a head?
Laos Finally Called Out over Xayaburi Dam
ASEAN Heads to the Ballot Box in 2013
January 17, 2013
ASEAN Heads to the Ballot Box in 2013
Although voters in at least four ASEAN countries will go to the polls this year, don’t expect much change.
ASEAN Heads to the Ballot Box in 2013
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
January 03, 2013
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
Even as the skyline of Phnom Penh grows with the symbols of modern architecture, Cambodia’s economy still faces a host of challenges.
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
Cambodia's Holiday Cheer
December 28, 2012
Cambodia's Holiday Cheer
Faced with hard work and poverty most days of the year, holidays offer a form of empowerment for Cambodians.
Cambodia's Holiday Cheer
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