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In recent years, the environmental group Mother Nature has become a major irritant for Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government.
A conversation with the trade unionist Wim Conklin.
The charge against Sam Rainsy comes amid controversy over the severity of the lockdown around the capital Phnom Penh.
The Cambodian government is presenting COVID-19 relief packages as a gift from the wealthy and well-connected.
After months of low cast numbers, Cambodia’s worsening outbreak suggests that COVID-19 is far from being defeated in the region.
The Cambodian government has done little to prepare its population for an epochal economic shift.
The WHO issues “dire warning” ahead of Khmer New Year.
An insulting end to a messy week for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
Gaining access to a Cambodian naval facility would give China’s navy little discernible strategic advantage.
A conversation with artist Tyta Buth.
A treatment of the self-claimed businessman Duong Chhay reveals once again that in Hun Sen’s Cambodia, there is one set of rules for the powerful and another for everyone else.
The strongly-worded resolution is unlikely to induce any change of heart on the part of Cambodia’s corrupt and self-focused elites.
The burden of safeguarding the region’s rich resources falls on local environmental groups and a small number of park rangers.
Sam Rainsy and eight former CNRP officials have been accused of seeking to overthrow the Cambodian government in late 2019.
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.