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The government has also deported a Chinese media proprietor for spreading “fake news” about COVID-19 vaccines.
The pace of deforestation has increased in line with the government’s clampdown on environmental defenders.
The move exacerbates ongoing concerns about Internet freedom and its effects on the country’s political dynamics ahead of elections in 2022 and 2023.
A Japanese Magnitsky law would allow Tokyo to develop a distinctive Asian voice on human rights and democracy.
Cambodia’s wondrous temples reflect the various stages of the country’s history, from colonialism to revolution to the present era of mass tourism.
Former Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh is back in the political arena, but his chance of success is small.
COVID-19 offered the Cambodian government an opportunity to curb the worst excesses of corruption. Instead, things went in the other direction.
The proposed National Internet Gateway would give the CPP government a new tool for quashing critical online commentary.
The cancellation, purportedly due to COVID-19, could be a peace offering to the Biden administration.
Should the rounding up of dissidents and other criminal investigations simply be ignored?
Cambodia has long been presented to the world through the viewfinders of foreign photographers – but that’s slowly starting to change.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh’s comeback is unlikely to amount to much in electoral terms – but is convenient for the ruling CPP.
The attempt nonetheless succeeded in drawing international attention to the repression inside the country.
The Cambodian government says it will not grant travel documents to exiles hoping to return to stand trial.
The CMA is an awkward amalgam of industry lobby group and regulatory watchdog.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s onslaught against the Cambodian opposition has not ceased.
Oil revenues will likely further entrench the power of Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Cambodian People’s Party.
A conversation with Ou Virak about human rights, China’s rise, and the plight of the Mekong River.
The country’s long crackdown continues.
Phnom Penh is likely to accept reliable, proven vaccines from whoever is offering them, including Beijing.