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It seems so long ago (though it was only in February) that the European Union finally decided to partially remove Cambodia’s trade privileges under its Everything But Arms (EBA) scheme. So much, as they say, has happened since.
A conversation with environmentalist Marcus Hardtke.
At Cambodia’s crown jewel, there’s “not a single selfie stick in sight” as tourists evaporate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cambodian prime minister has pushed back on the idea of exclusive basing rights for any country.
As Cambodia observes its National Day of Remembrance, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge era shares his story.
U.S. soldiers who fought the last battle in Indochina deserve their place in military history.
Was it really as newsworthy as it became that, on May 5, former opposition leader Kem Sokha, who remains on trial for treason, met with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen at a funeral ceremony for the first lady’s mother?
From Indonesia to Cambodia and beyond, the children of politicians are keeping the family business going – for better or for worse.
New restrictions on online speech will be counterproductive for the coronavirus response – and damaging for the country in the long term.
A closer look at the passing of the legislation that had generated controversy since it had begun to be floated.
The premier has canceled next week’s Khmer New Year celebrations amid worries about the virus.
Late last week, Vietnam handed over some assistance to Laos and Cambodia as the two fellow Southeast Asian states continue to manage the impact of the global coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 may not topple Cambodia’s Hun Sen, but its shockwaves could spark the beginning of the end of his rule.
A closer look at how the recent drills, held amid the coronavirus crisis, actually played out.
The proposed solution deserves scrutiny.
A look back at a significant development in the country with implications that continue to play out today.
Recent indications suggest that the region’s problem could exacerbate in the coming weeks.
The exercise has continued amid continuing anxieties about the virus in both countries and the wider world.
The two countries held the latest in a series of joint maritime patrols.
The case is yet another test for the justice system in the Southeast Asian state.