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Cambodian Naval Base to Test Hun Manet’s Relations With Washington

Cambodian Naval Base to Test Hun Manet’s Relations With Washington

By Luke Hunt
Satellite images confirm China-backed Ream upgrade is almost complete.
Cambodia Has Little to Gain From Hosting a Chinese Military Presence

Cambodia Has Little to Gain From Hosting a Chinese Military Presence

By Sokvy Rim
Allowing China exclusive access to the Ream Naval Base, or any other facility, would seem to contradict the broader direction of the country's foreign policy.

What the Cambodian Naval Base Brouhaha Overlooks

What the Cambodian Naval Base Brouhaha Overlooks

By Sebastian Strangio
The establishment of a Chinese military presence in southern Cambodia would mark the culmination of three decades of misplaced U.S. policy toward the country.

US Envoy Conveys Concerns to Cambodia About Myanmar, China

US Envoy Conveys Concerns to Cambodia About Myanmar, China

By Associated Press
At the top of the agenda was China's refurbishment of facilities at Cambodia's Ream Naval Base.

A Cambodian Ambassador in Washington

A Cambodian Ambassador in Washington

By Luke Hunt
Despite the two nations' differences, Chum Sounry says relations are moving ahead.
Cambodia Bans US Visits to Ream Naval Base After Sanctions

Cambodia Bans US Visits to Ream Naval Base After Sanctions

By Luke Hunt
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the naval base is “not a place for thieves or robbers.”

Will Domestic Politics Upend Cambodia’s ASEAN Chairmanship?

Will Domestic Politics Upend Cambodia’s ASEAN Chairmanship?

By David Hutt
The deteriorating rights situation in Cambodia will be a major distraction from ASEAN’s agenda.
Cambodia Dismisses US Sanctions as ‘Politically Motivated’

Cambodia Dismisses US Sanctions as ‘Politically Motivated’

By David Rising and Sopheng Cheang
While U.S. relations with Phnom Penh have long been frosty, new tensions relate to China's construction of facilities at Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base.

USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia

USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia

By Sebastian Strangio
The Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary has lost 9 percent of its forest to logging operations since 2016.

US Engagement with Cambodia Needs to Move Beyond the ‘China Factor’

US Engagement with Cambodia Needs to Move Beyond the ‘China Factor’

By Sao Phal Niseiy
Despite its concerns about China's increasing influence, the U.S. needs to engage with Cambodia more, not less.

Would Access to Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base Really Benefit China?

Would Access to Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base Really Benefit China?

By Chen Heang
Gaining access to a Cambodian naval facility would give China's navy little discernible strategic advantage.
Cambodia, China and the Dara Sakor Problem

Cambodia, China and the Dara Sakor Problem

By Drake Long
China gaining access to an airfield in Cambodia, or anywhere else in mainland Southeast Asia, would redraw the strategic landscape of the region.

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