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A Misleading Intervention by Cambodia’s Hun Sen in Myanmar

On January 7, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen arrived in Myanmar for a two-day visit, during which he met the country’s military ruler, Min Aung Hlaing.

Cambodia’s Misleading Excuse for Trampling Free Speech

On August 17, Rong Chhun, president of the Cambodian Confederation of Unions, received a sentence of two years imprisonment for the vague charge of “incitement to commit a felony or cause social unrest.”

After Crushing Free Media, Cambodia’s Hun Sen Claims to “Place High Value” on Journalism

Marking the 28th annual World Press Freedom Day, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen published a letter on May 3 calling on news media to be guided by ethics and professionalism.

Cambodia’s Internet Clampdown: A ‘Great Firewall’, or No Worse than the West?

On February 16, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen signed a sub-decree to set up a National Internet Gateway (NIG).

Hun Sen’s ‘Color Revolution’ Cover Story

On October 24, during flood relief efforts in northwestern Cambodia last weekend, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen turned his attention toward an unnamed opposition group, which he accused of violently seeking power through a “color revolution.”