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Bankruptcy Casts Shadow Over Cambodian Oil Extraction Ceremony
June 09, 2021

Bankruptcy Casts Shadow Over Cambodian Oil Extraction Ceremony

By Sebastian Strangio
Last week, the Singaporean company operating the country's only offshore oil block filed for liquidation.

Key Cambodian Opposition Figure Defects From Banned CNRP
May 21, 2021

Key Cambodian Opposition Figure Defects From Banned CNRP

By Sebastian Strangio
Prime Minister Hun Sen's strategy for fracturing the opposition is slowly bearing fruit.
Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Leader to Heavy Prison Term
March 02, 2021

Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Leader to Heavy Prison Term

By Sebastian Strangio
Sam Rainsy and eight former CNRP officials have been accused of seeking to overthrow the Cambodian government in late 2019.

Cambodia’s Surviving Opposition Politicians Regroup Ahead of Elections
February 19, 2021

Cambodia’s Surviving Opposition Politicians Regroup Ahead of Elections

By Luke Hunt
Former Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh is back in the political arena, but his chance of success is small.

Cambodia’s Ball-and-Chain of Corruption and Inequality
February 18, 2021

Cambodia’s Ball-and-Chain of Corruption and Inequality

By David Hutt
COVID-19 offered the Cambodian government an opportunity to curb the worst excesses of corruption. Instead, things went in the other direction.

Cambodia Vaccine Push Offers Window Into Elite Networks
December 09, 2020

Cambodia Vaccine Push Offers Window Into Elite Networks

By Sebastian Strangio
A list of prominent vaccine fund donors constitutes a who's who of the country's economic elite.

Aun Pornmoniroth Emerges as Potential Future Cambodian Prime Minister
November 24, 2020

Aun Pornmoniroth Emerges as Potential Future Cambodian Prime Minister

By Luke Hunt
The Singapore model is still favored for a Cambodian political succession.
29 Years on, Landmark Peace Accord Charts Deep Divides in Cambodia
October 23, 2020

29 Years on, Landmark Peace Accord Charts Deep Divides in Cambodia

By Sebastian Strangio
The legacy of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which aimed to bring the country peace and democracy, remains deeply contested.

The Beginning of the End of Kem Sokha’s Ordeal in Cambodia?
October 23, 2020

The Beginning of the End of Kem Sokha’s Ordeal in Cambodia?

By David Hutt
In recent weeks, Prime Minister Hun Sen has softened his stance toward his main political rival. As usual, there is more than meets the eye.

Can Cambodia’s Looming Microfinance Disaster be Averted?
October 09, 2020

Can Cambodia’s Looming Microfinance Disaster be Averted?

By David Hutt
A solution to Cambodia's spiraling debt crisis is urgently required, but risks uncovering deeper economic problems.

Opposition Leaders Testing Cambodia’s Chilly Political Waters
September 30, 2020

Opposition Leaders Testing Cambodia’s Chilly Political Waters

By Luke Hunt
The maneuvering of Kem Sokha and Sam Rainsy once again spells trouble for their supporters inside Cambodia.
With New Arrest, Cambodia’s Permanent Crackdown Intensifies
September 22, 2020

With New Arrest, Cambodia’s Permanent Crackdown Intensifies

By Sebastian Strangio
Amid the economic fallout from COVID-19, Hun Sen's government has succeeded in keeping a lid on rising public discontent—but for how much longer?

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