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Cambodian PM Sacks City Mayor Amid Firings and Demotions

Cambodian PM Sacks City Mayor Amid Firings and Demotions

By Luke Hunt
Diplomats posted to Phnom Penh expect the new leader's bureaucratic shake-out to continue.
Cambodian PM Hun Manet’s Rise to the Top of the CPP Leadership

Cambodian PM Hun Manet’s Rise to the Top of the CPP Leadership

By Chhengpor Aun
Since taking the reins from his father in August, Manet has also been promoted into the top ranks of the ruling party.

Why Cambodia’s Government Cannot Win Its Fight Against Corruption

Why Cambodia’s Government Cannot Win Its Fight Against Corruption

By David Hutt
As demonstrated by the scourge of hit-and-run violence on the nation's roads, the political system rests on the idea that some people are more equal than others.

Cambodian PM Affirms Ban on Mekong Hydropower Projects

Cambodian PM Affirms Ban on Mekong Hydropower Projects

By Sebastian Strangio
Hun Manet also announced the official cancellation of the $1.5 billion, 700-megawatt coal power plant.

Cambodian PM Hun Manet Poised for Bureaucratic Shake-up

Cambodian PM Hun Manet Poised for Bureaucratic Shake-up

By Luke Hunt
The new government is facing Chinese pressure to weed out local tycoons involved with Chinese cyberscam syndicates.
Cambodian PM’s First 100 Days Show Real Transfer of Power Yet to Come

Cambodian PM’s First 100 Days Show Real Transfer of Power Yet to Come

By Sam Rainsy
As expected, the new government led by Prime Minister Hun Manet has been a case of old wine in new bottles.

In Cambodia, Foreigners Cannot Own Land. Or Can They?

In Cambodia, Foreigners Cannot Own Land. Or Can They?

By David Hutt
There are signs of growing tensions between the country's private sector and its rentier political elite.
An Open Letter to Cambodia’s Hun Manet About His PhD Thesis

An Open Letter to Cambodia’s Hun Manet About His PhD Thesis

By David Whitehouse
Despite repeated requests, Bristol University has refused to release the Cambodian leader's doctoral thesis in economics.

Will Cambodia’s Private Debt Become National Debt?

Will Cambodia’s Private Debt Become National Debt?

By David Hutt
Private debt, much of it concentrated in the rapidly deflating real estate sector, has already emerged as a political problem for Prime Minister Hun Manet.

Hun Manet’s Cambodia?

Hun Manet’s Cambodia?

By Neil Loughlin
Manet’s path to security in power will be difficult, as he is forced to carefully navigate the system his father built and, to a large degree, still controls.

Cambodian Propaganda: Playing the Victim to Get Away With Murder

Cambodian Propaganda: Playing the Victim to Get Away With Murder

By Arthur Eremita
In recent months, government-aligned media outlets have had one mission: to deflect and deny reports about the country's surge in sophisticated cyber-fraud operations.
In Hun Manet’s Cambodia, It Is the Perception of Change That Matters

In Hun Manet’s Cambodia, It Is the Perception of Change That Matters

By David Hutt
The country's new prime minister is bound to the system created by his father. But for some foreign governments, it is enough that there is a new face at the top.

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