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Cambodia: A Generation Gap Divides a Struggling Nation
December 07, 2015

Cambodia: A Generation Gap Divides a Struggling Nation

By Luke Hunt
Recent surveys offer some interesting insights into Cambodian life and politics.
Cambodia: Hun Sen Draws First Blood
November 04, 2015

Cambodia: Hun Sen Draws First Blood

By Luke Hunt
The ruling CPP shows it is willing to get nasty in the long lead-up to the next Cambodian elections.

Cambodia’s Well-Heeled Military Patrons
August 10, 2015

Cambodia’s Well-Heeled Military Patrons

By Luke Hunt
Could a privately funded army break down into militias and turn on itself?

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Threatens to Kill Opposition Dialogue
May 01, 2015

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Threatens to Kill Opposition Dialogue

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The 'culture of dialogue' can die, the premier warns.

Cambodian Activists Released
April 13, 2015

Cambodian Activists Released

By Juliette Rousselot
Ten land rights activists from Phnom Penh’s Boeung Kak Lake receive a royal pardon.
The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics
October 31, 2014

The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics

By Phoak Kung
The ruling elite can no longer simply ignore the opinions of the Cambodian public.

Can Cambodian Deal End Year-Long Standoff?
July 25, 2014

Can Cambodian Deal End Year-Long Standoff?

By Luke Hunt
Even with an agreement in place, a lack of detail may send the opposition back into the streets.
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
July 08, 2014

Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen

By Luke Hunt
The threat of losing access to designer retail is not enough to win back Cambodia’s voters for the prime minister.

The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
June 22, 2014

The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership

By Phoak Kung
The party needs to allow its members to speak freely if it is going to make the reforms it needs to survive.

Spotlight on Cambodian Government Brutality
May 05, 2014

Spotlight on Cambodian Government Brutality

By Luke Hunt
Two court cases may give victims of vicious crackdowns their day in court.

Can Cambodia’s Media Reform?
April 22, 2014

Can Cambodia’s Media Reform?

By Theara Khoun
Without sweeping reform, traditional media in Cambodia is at risk of becoming irrelevant.
Cambodia: Challenges of Democratic Consolidation
March 03, 2014

Cambodia: Challenges of Democratic Consolidation

By Heng Sarith
Cambodia needs to press ahead with reforms to consolidate its young democracy.

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