Home Authors Posts by The Diplomat
The 2016 killing of Dr. Kem Ley marked the beginning of a severe tightening of the political space.
After decades of depredations, both real and imagined, Vietnam remains the main bogeyman of Cambodian nationalism.
The past two years have seen water levels on the lower Mekong rise and full unpredictably.
Cambodia’s successful COVID-19 vaccine rollout has given the country’s leader a golden chance to bow out of politics. Will he take it?
In recent years, EDZs have proliferated across the lower Mekong region as its governments have sought to attract foreign investment and fire up their economies.
The three activists are the latest victims of the government’s war against the advocacy group Mother Nature Cambodia.
The Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary has lost 9 percent of its forest to logging operations since 2016.
Corruption and inequality are set to rise as the country emerges from the pandemic.
During its upcoming chairmanship, the country faces a host of daunting challenges. But the year will bring opportunities, too.
Last week, the Singaporean company operating the country’s only offshore oil block filed for liquidation.
Despite its concerns about China’s increasing influence, the U.S. needs to engage with Cambodia more, not less.
Can Washington promote human rights and draw Cambodia out of Beijing’s orbit – at the same time?
The U.S. should propose a post-pandemic development program based on human rights, democratic principles, and the rule of law.
The most practical course for a small country is to cultivate as many friends and partners as possible.
Longstanding differences aside, the U.S. and Cambodia both have good reasons to strengthen their trade relationship.
Many Cambodian households were in a precarious position even before COVID-19 hit.
Curfew lifted in Phnom Penh but case numbers remain high.
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is scheduled to visit Jakarta, Bangkok, and Phnom Penh.
The ‘oknha’ title encapsulates the tight political pact between the ruling CPP and the Cambodian business community.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s strategy for fracturing the opposition is slowly bearing fruit.