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December 27, 2012
Cambodia's "War" On Internet Cafes
A regulation banning internet cafes near schools is only the latest salvo in Cambodia’s ongoing war on internet freedom.
Cambodia's "War" On Internet Cafes
A Point of Comparison
December 11, 2012
A Point of Comparison
Tim LaRocco offers his thoughts on Hurricane Sandy from Cambodia — a land also impacted by natural disaster.
A Point of Comparison
The New War on Drugs: ASEAN Style
November 30, 2012
The New War on Drugs: ASEAN Style
ASEAN nations are stepping up their fight against illegal drugs as other parts of the world are taking a much different approach.
The New War on Drugs: ASEAN Style
Big Summits, Old Problems
November 28, 2012
Big Summits, Old Problems
The ASEAN and East Asia summits ended with little progress having been made on the bloc’s most contentious issues.
Big Summits, Old Problems
ASEAN at a Crossroads
November 27, 2012
ASEAN at a Crossroads
Disagreements once again over the South China Sea have dominated another ASEAN summit. Is there a path forward?
ASEAN at a Crossroads
ASEAN: A Diplomatic Dead End?
November 23, 2012
ASEAN: A Diplomatic Dead End?
Tensions flared once again over the South China Sea at the recent ASEAN summit.
ASEAN: A Diplomatic Dead End?
New Summits: Old Problems
November 21, 2012
New Summits: Old Problems
The ASEAN and East Asia Summits seem once again off to a shaky start thanks to the South China Sea.
New Summits: Old Problems
America's
November 16, 2012
America's "Rebalance"...Towards Southeast Asia
While an upcoming visit underscores Washington’s commitment to the region, consistency is the key.
America's "Rebalance"...Towards Southeast Asia
SE Asia Hits ‘Jackpot’ With Casinos
November 10, 2012
SE Asia Hits ‘Jackpot’ With Casinos
The gambling industry has been a boon for local coffers, but the social ills that accompany casinos linger on.
SE Asia Hits ‘Jackpot’ With Casinos
Obama Burma and Cambodia Bound
November 08, 2012
Obama Burma and Cambodia Bound
Obama will become the first sitting U.S. President to visit Burma and Cambodia later this month.
Obama Burma and Cambodia Bound
Human Rights Plague Cambodia's UN Bid
October 24, 2012
Human Rights Plague Cambodia's UN Bid
Becoming a non-permanent member on the UN Security Council once seemed assured. Not anymore.
Human Rights Plague Cambodia's UN Bid
Remembering Cambodia's King
October 18, 2012
Remembering Cambodia's King
Sihanouk’s body arrived back in Cambodia on Wednesday afternoon where millions are grieving the death of their former king.
Remembering Cambodia's King
Veteran Cambodian Journalist Jailed for 20 years
October 02, 2012
Veteran Cambodian Journalist Jailed for 20 years
Mam Sonando has been found guilty of sedition against Hun Sen’s government.
Veteran Cambodian Journalist Jailed for 20 years
Dan White, 1965-2012
September 25, 2012
Dan White, 1965-2012
Luke Hunt pays tribute to a colleague and old friend.
Dan White, 1965-2012
Lacking Justice, Cambodians' Discontent Rises
September 14, 2012
Lacking Justice, Cambodians' Discontent Rises
Why recent arrests, killings, villager discontent and a brutal past have created a toxic mix in Cambodia.
Lacking Justice, Cambodians' Discontent Rises
Human Rights Activist Arrested in Cambodia
August 31, 2012
Human Rights Activist Arrested in Cambodia
Authorities have charged the owner of one of the country’s only independent media outlets with sedition.
Human Rights Activist Arrested in Cambodia
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