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Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself
December 31, 2018

Hun Sen’s Monument to Himself

By Andrew Nachemson
The Cambodian prime minister inaugurated a monument celebrating his own achievements.
What Do Prisoner Releases Mean in Hun Sen’s Cambodia?
September 21, 2018

What Do Prisoner Releases Mean in Hun Sen’s Cambodia?

By Luke Hunt
A closer look at the significance of the steady stream of prisoners that have been released.

Cambodia's Elections Highlight Growing Marginalization
August 09, 2018

Cambodia's Elections Highlight Growing Marginalization

By John Harley Breen
Neopatrimonialism remains the predominant influence on Cambodia’s political trajectory.

Cambodia’s Election: Mind the Numbers
August 05, 2018

Cambodia’s Election: Mind the Numbers

By David Hutt
A closer look at some of the early figures coming out of the poll results and their significance.

Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?
July 27, 2018

Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?

By Chelsea Garbell
Why are state legislators from Washington state in the United States cozying up to the Cambodian regime?
Could Cambodia’s Minor Parties Play a Major Role in its 2018 Election?
June 08, 2018

Could Cambodia’s Minor Parties Play a Major Role in its 2018 Election?

By David Hutt
The potential importance of smaller parties in upcoming polls should not be overlooked.

What’s Behind the Sale of a Cambodian Newspaper to a Malaysian Investor?
May 07, 2018

What’s Behind the Sale of a Cambodian Newspaper to a Malaysian Investor?

By Luke Hunt
The sale is raising fresh concerns about the state of press freedom in Cambodia.
How Can Canada Respond to Cambodia’s Political Dilemma?
May 02, 2018

How Can Canada Respond to Cambodia’s Political Dilemma?

By Darren Touch
If Canada wants to be critical of the Cambodian government, it will have to be proactive.

Why Japan Is Wrong on Rights in Cambodia
April 12, 2018

Why Japan Is Wrong on Rights in Cambodia

By Erin Cook
Tokyo’s downplaying of rights issues is plain for all to see, and the effectiveness of the approach remains unclear.

What Does Hun Sen’s New Cambodia Military Aid Boast Really Mean?
March 02, 2018

What Does Hun Sen’s New Cambodia Military Aid Boast Really Mean?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
There appears to be much less than meets the eye.

Does Cambodia’s New Opposition Movement Really Matter?
January 17, 2018

Does Cambodia’s New Opposition Movement Really Matter?

By David Hutt
A closer look at the new Cambodia National Rescue Movement.
Why Cambodia Sanctions Will Fail
January 13, 2018

Why Cambodia Sanctions Will Fail

By Vannarith Chheang
A punitive approach will not stop the country’s democratic collapse.

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