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Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
January 17, 2014
Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
The parties must begin talks before Cambodia passes the point of no return. But how to make that happen?
Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
January 14, 2014
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
Did Seoul contribute to the bloody crackdown on garment workers?
South Korea in a Pickle over Cambodian Crackdown
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
January 10, 2014
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
“Hun Sen is an anachronism. He’s finished. It’s only a matter of time.”
Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
January 06, 2014
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
A weekend crackdown threatens the country’s increasingly fragile democracy.
Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
December 13, 2013
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
Cambodia’s opposition surprised supporters with its recent election results. Now it needs to show leadership.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party: What’s Next?
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
October 29, 2013
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
A little compromise on both sides could break the impasse and benefit everyone, including voters.
Cambodia: Breaking The Deadlock
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
October 26, 2013
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
More than 10,000 protesters staged non-violent rallies outside foreign embassies.
Cambodian Protests Continue, Hun Sen Open to Talks
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
September 30, 2013
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
Defying an opposition boycott, Hun Sen appears to be pushing ahead. But options for both sides are limited.
Cambodia Returns to a One-Party State
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
September 24, 2013
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
Post-election Cambodia seems more of the same. But there are modest signs of change.
Another Political Stalemate in Cambodia
Why Rallies Are Not Really Rallies in Manila and Phnom Penh
September 11, 2013
Why Rallies Are Not Really Rallies in Manila and Phnom Penh
There are “meetings” and “picnics” in Cambodia and the Philippines, but no “protests”.
Why Rallies Are Not Really Rallies in Manila and Phnom Penh
Hun Sen’s Victory, Cambodia’s Mess
September 10, 2013
Hun Sen’s Victory, Cambodia’s Mess
Hun Sen won at the recent polls, but Cambodia’s opposition could turn the tables at the 2018 elections.
Hun Sen’s Victory, Cambodia’s Mess
Tank Spotting as Sam Rainsy Returns
August 21, 2013
Tank Spotting as Sam Rainsy Returns
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy is encouraging post-election protestors. Is it really helping his cause?
Tank Spotting as Sam Rainsy Returns
Hun Sen Wins Close, Flawed Cambodian Election
July 30, 2013
Hun Sen Wins Close, Flawed Cambodian Election
Hun Sen won at Cambodia’s polls – barely. Sam Rainsy has questioned the results.
Hun Sen Wins Close, Flawed Cambodian Election
Sam Rainsy Return Raises the Stakes in Cambodian Election
July 19, 2013
Sam Rainsy Return Raises the Stakes in Cambodian Election
Sam Rainsy arrived in Phnom Penh today to great fanfare. Could he unseat Hun Sen?
Sam Rainsy Return Raises the Stakes in Cambodian Election
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
July 14, 2013
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
Rainsy now plans to return to Cambodia, for a showdown with PM Hun Sen in this month’s elections.
Cambodian Showdown Looms after Sam Rainsy Pardon
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
June 19, 2013
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
Western donors face a conundrum as Hun Sen continues to ignore calls for fair elections.
As Elections Near, Cambodia’s Democracy Stumbles
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