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Sok An Calls for UN ‘Dialogue’ On KR Defense

Cabinet Minister Sok An has written to the UN asking to open a “dialogue” to resolve the acrimonious dispute over the role of the...

US To Renew Direct Funding of Gov’t, Military Aid

The US government has committed $1 million to the Cambodian military and is prepared to give money directly to the Cambodian government for the...

Rights Watch: Gov’t Meddling With Tribunal

Human Rights Watch said Tuesday that if Cambodian government interference in the progression of the long-delayed Khmer Rouge tribunal does not end, the UN...

Thousands Living in Limbo at ‘Village of Waiting’

Ask people, especially women, in Dangkao district’s Andoung Thmei community, where they go to the bathroom and they will giggle, wave their arms vaguely...

‘Irish’ University To Increase Cambodian Foothold

Dressed in a red academic cloak and large, floppy cap, CPP tycoon Senator Mong Reththy stood proudly beside his wife in the prestigious English...

ECCC Fails To Agree On Tribunal Rules

Officials from the Khmer Rouge tribunal failed to agree on crucial procedural rules Saturday, opening the possibility that the court will have to delay...

Bar Threatens Lawyers Over ECCC Training

The president of the Cambodian Bar Association on Wednesday threatened to take legal action against anyone who participates in a five-day training course on...

Tribunal’s Justice and Judicial Legacy At Odds

Even as the nitty-gritty work of picking through the draft internal rules of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia proceeds-public comments are...

Tribunal’s Justice and Judicial Legacy At Odds

Even as the nitty-gritty work of picking through the draft internal rules of the Extraordinary Cham­bers in the Courts of Cam­bo­dia proceeds—public com­ments are...

Villagers Flee as B’bang Land Dispute Continues

Sot Ky, a villager from Ampil Pram Doeum commune, which lies at the heart of 10,000 contested hectares in Battambang province’s Bavel district, packed...

For Cham Muslims, Justice May Not Be a Tribunal

kampot district, Kampot province - As the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s promise of secular justice nears, it is clear that for some, reckoning with history...

Lunch Is Served Before Justice at Tribunal Office

ang snuol district, Kandal pro­vince - The trial judges who will sit on the Khmer Rouge tribunal have yet to move into their offices...

Lunch Is Served Before Justice at Tribunal Office

Ang Snuol district, Kandal province - The trial judges who will sit on the Khmer Rouge tribunal have yet to move into their offices...

Performers Toe The Line Between Apsara and Modern Dance

The rehearsal began with plies-well, sort-of plies.  For dancers throughout Europe and North America the plie is the de rigueur start of the dancing...

Potential Tribunal Witnesses Fear Testifying: Study

A new study by the Docu­men­tation Center of Cambodia suggests that fear, limited information, and lack of a clear witness protection program have started...

Laws Unclear as Cambodia Opens to Prospecting

Peace, stability, and improving infrastructure mean that once-inaccessible gold and oil in Cambodia are now up for grabs. The Cambodian government has been encouraging foreign...

More Companies Look To Mine Cambodia’s Wealth

Buoyed by little more than hope, sweat and rumor, small-time prospectors once sought their solitary fortunes in the rough-and-ready gold mines of Mondolkiri province....

Crepe genealogy

If your habit of mind is at all like mine, the first thing you must do upon arrival in a strange place is find...

Khmer Arts Ensemble Creates Stir in NY With Dance Piece Performance

Choreographer Sophiline Cheam Shapiro’s latest work, “Pamina Devi,” opened at the Joyce Theater in New York City on the evening of Oct 9, amid...