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The Trouble With Cambodia’s Two-Party System
April 12, 2017
The Trouble With Cambodia’s Two-Party System
The lack of a formidable third party is hurting the country's opposition.
The Trouble With Cambodia’s Two-Party System
Cambodia: A Generation Gap Divides a Struggling Nation
December 07, 2015
Cambodia: A Generation Gap Divides a Struggling Nation
Recent surveys offer some interesting insights into Cambodian life and politics.
Cambodia: A Generation Gap Divides a Struggling Nation
Cambodia: Hun Sen Draws First Blood
November 04, 2015
Cambodia: Hun Sen Draws First Blood
The ruling CPP shows it is willing to get nasty in the long lead-up to the next Cambodian elections.
Cambodia: Hun Sen Draws First Blood
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
February 22, 2015
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
News for the vital industry has been decidedly mixed of late.
Cambodia’s Garment Industry Rollercoaster
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Taps Himself for Glory
February 20, 2015
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Taps Himself for Glory
The prime minister is planning a major memorial in the capital.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Taps Himself for Glory
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
November 20, 2014
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
This has not been a good year for Southeast Asian democracy.
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
June 22, 2014
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
The party needs to allow its members to speak freely if it is going to make the reforms it needs to survive.
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
December 13, 2013
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
Cambodia’s opposition surprised supporters with its recent election results. Now it needs to show leadership.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
October 26, 2013
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
More than 10,000 protesters staged non-violent rallies outside foreign embassies.
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
September 30, 2013
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
Defying an opposition boycott, Hun Sen appears to be pushing ahead. But options for both sides are limited.
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
September 24, 2013
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
Post-election Cambodia seems more of the same. But there are modest signs of change.
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
Cambodia: Time for Action, Not Rhetoric
August 14, 2013
Cambodia: Time for Action, Not Rhetoric
With demographics changing the electorate, both ruling and opposition parties need to get specific.
Cambodia: Time for Action, Not Rhetoric
China Primed for Hun Sen Poll Victory
July 27, 2013
China Primed for Hun Sen Poll Victory
In a recent statement Beijing clearly anticipates business as usual.
China Primed for Hun Sen Poll Victory
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
July 14, 2013
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
Rainsy now plans to return to Cambodia, for a showdown with PM Hun Sen in this month’s elections.
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
June 19, 2013
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
Western donors face a conundrum as Hun Sen continues to ignore calls for fair elections.
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
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