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Could the End of Cambodia’s Opposition Be a Good Thing?
September 08, 2017

Could the End of Cambodia’s Opposition Be a Good Thing?

By David Hutt
A closer look at the implications of the ongoing government crackdown in the Southeast Asian state ahead of upcoming polls.
Cambodia's Worrying War on Free Speech
September 02, 2017

Cambodia's Worrying War on Free Speech

By David Hutt
The Hun Sen government is attempting to do through legal means what it had once done through violence.

Why Southeast Asia's 'Stabilitocracies' Endure
August 11, 2017

Why Southeast Asia's 'Stabilitocracies' Endure

By David Hutt
For many, the price of instability still appears to be too high to pay for democracy to take root.

Why Cambodia’s Future Could Be Shaped By Its Senate
June 30, 2017

Why Cambodia’s Future Could Be Shaped By Its Senate

By David Hutt
The role of the legislative body has been overlooked but could be potentially important in determining the country’s politics.

After the Commune Elections in Cambodia: What’s Next?
June 06, 2017

After the Commune Elections in Cambodia: What’s Next?

By Sovinda Po
Can the CNRP reward voters' trust?
Hun Sen’s Rule in Cambodia Faces Test With Upcoming Polls
May 30, 2017

Hun Sen’s Rule in Cambodia Faces Test With Upcoming Polls

By Luke Hunt
Results will determine how firm the strongman’s grip is over the country.

Cambodia's Commune Elections: A Barometer for 2018
May 24, 2017

Cambodia's Commune Elections: A Barometer for 2018

By Marc Pinol
Three things to watch in Cambodia's commune elections that will impact next year's parliamentary race.
Cambodian Construction: A Site for Gender Equality?
May 23, 2017

Cambodian Construction: A Site for Gender Equality?

By Luke Hunt
Female laborers are often paid less than half that of men, and some are working to change that.

Hun Sen Slams Cambodia’s ‘Foreign Servants’ at World Economic Forum
May 13, 2017

Hun Sen Slams Cambodia’s ‘Foreign Servants’ at World Economic Forum

By Luke Hunt
Prime minister's outburst follows warnings of war if his party loses elections.

Why Is Cambodia’s Illegal Logging Problem Still Rolling On?
May 10, 2017

Why Is Cambodia’s Illegal Logging Problem Still Rolling On?

By Luke Hunt
Report contradicts the official position that industrial-scale illegal logging is finished.

The Trouble With Cambodia’s Two-Party System
April 12, 2017

The Trouble With Cambodia’s Two-Party System

By David Hutt
The lack of a formidable third party is hurting the country's opposition.
Cambodia Boosts Ties with China Amid Anxiety
April 04, 2017

Cambodia Boosts Ties with China Amid Anxiety

By Luke Hunt
A sister cities agreement is only one component of a relationship with significant opportunities and risks for both sides.

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