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What are the Implications of the US-ASEAN Summit for Cambodia-US Relations?
May 25, 2022

What are the Implications of the US-ASEAN Summit for Cambodia-US Relations?

By Sokvy Rim
In recent weeks, the Cambodian government has given hints that it is open to an improvement in relations with Washington.

Cambodia Polls Unlikely to be Credible and Transparent, Says Watchdog
May 10, 2022

Cambodia Polls Unlikely to be Credible and Transparent, Says Watchdog

By Sebastian Strangio
The June 5 commune and sangkat elections have been largely pre-scripted by the ruling CPP, but the international response could be something to watch.
Cambodian PM Pushes Myanmar Junta to Grant Envoy Access to Aung San Suu Kyi
May 03, 2022

Cambodian PM Pushes Myanmar Junta to Grant Envoy Access to Aung San Suu Kyi

By Sebastian Strangio
Special Envoy Prak Sokhonn could undertake his next mission to the crisis-hit country as early as late May.

Under Kishida, Tokyo Sharpens Its Focus on Cambodia
April 27, 2022

Under Kishida, Tokyo Sharpens Its Focus on Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
Prime Minister Hun Sen has requested a “comprehensive strategic partnership” with Japan.

How the Candlelight Party Can Restore Political Pluralism to Cambodia
April 01, 2022

How the Candlelight Party Can Restore Political Pluralism to Cambodia

By Sam Rainsy
Since the banning of the Cambodia National Rescue Party in 2017, an old party has kept its flame burning.

At Long Last, Signs of Justice for 1997 Cambodia Massacre
March 30, 2022

At Long Last, Signs of Justice for 1997 Cambodia Massacre

By Brad Adams
The brazen attack in broad daylight 25 years ago has ingrained impunity in Cambodia more than any other single act in the country’s post-Khmer Rouge history.

Japan Raises its Voice in Cambodia
March 21, 2022

Japan Raises its Voice in Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
Prime Minister Kishida delivers as Hun Sen looks to Tokyo for support.
Cambodia Convicts 20 Opposition Activists on Vague, Political Charges
March 18, 2022

Cambodia Convicts 20 Opposition Activists on Vague, Political Charges

By Sebastian Strangio
The convictions come ahead of important commune council elections scheduled for June.

The Battle Between Democracy and Autocracy, From Russia to Cambodia
March 10, 2022

The Battle Between Democracy and Autocracy, From Russia to Cambodia

By Sam Rainsy
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a reminder that the pursuit of democracy and peace are intimately connected.

Cambodia and Malaysia Try to Resolve Their Differences
February 25, 2022

Cambodia and Malaysia Try to Resolve Their Differences

By Luke Hunt
“Frank and candid” talks held as Olympic-sized global issues take hold.

Cambodian PM Calls on Myanmar Junta to Implement ASEAN Peace Plan
January 27, 2022

Cambodian PM Calls on Myanmar Junta to Implement ASEAN Peace Plan

By Sebastian Strangio
Cambodia says the junta's participation in ASEAN meetings is dependent on progress in implementing its peace plan. But how will it define progress?
Cambodia Resumes Treason Trial of Opposition Leader Kem Sokha
January 19, 2022

Cambodia Resumes Treason Trial of Opposition Leader Kem Sokha

By Sebastian Strangio
The resumption follows a nearly two-year break in proceedings, allegedly due to COVID-19.

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