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Bridging the Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway

How can we foster a more connected and inclusive Asia-Pacific?

The need to establish research universities in Cambodia

In an era of the globalisation and internationalisation of higher education, it is difficult, if not impossible, to disregard the regional and global trend toward building world-class universities.

Will Sam Rainsy’s Promised Return Bring People Power to Cambodia, Or Something Else?

Despite the opposition figure’s optimistic assessment, the outlook following his possible return to Cambodia remains unclear.

War and Peace: the Paris Peace Agreement

October 23 marks an important date in contemporary Cambodian politics. The collapse of the Soviet Union dried up its long-running military support for Vietnam’s military operations and without Soviet support, Vietnam had no choice but to completely and unconditionally withdraw from Cambodia.

Cambodia Ahead of UK In 5G

One of the many idiocies of our current crop of politicos is that we’ll lead the world in 5G.

Microfinanced land-grabs and abuses in Cambodia are no surprise

One day people may wonder how anyone thought that lending money at high interest rates would empower the poor.

Buying Cambodia: China’s long embrace of a tyrant

Authoritarian PM Hun Sen has reportedly given Beijing the green light for a naval base on the Gulf of Thailand.

Asia’s Coming Era of Unpredictability

Why the crisis in Hong Kong and a deterioration in relations between South Korea and Japan are just the beginning of a broader period of flux in Asia.

Cambodia Is Showing How Small Countries Could Stand Up To The US

Cambodia, unlike its similarly sized and in many cases much larger peers in the international community, is relentless in is criticism of the US’ blatant intervention in its domestic political affairs, showing how small countries could stand up to the US if their leaders actually have the will to do so.

Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam Hold Trilateral Security Meeting

The interaction highlighted ongoing efforts by the three countries to advance security collaboration despite lingering challenges.

What’s Next After the New Cambodia-Laos Border Tensions?

A recent incident has once again reinforced the border management challenges that remain for the two countries.

Economic dependence

The foreigners are engaging in kidnapping and money laundering. Communities are complaining that the foreigners are engaging even in low-skilled work, taking jobs away from locals.

The Truth About Cambodia’s So-Called Corruption Crackdown

Efforts to root out corruption in the country are likely to run once again into familiar realities.

It is time for US and Cambodia, in China’s shadow, to reset ties

Both sides need to repair rock-bottom relations with frank discussions.

What does the G7 meeting in France have to do with Cambodia?

The Group of Seven (G7) met in the small Atlantic coastal town of Biarritz in France from Saturday to Monday for this year’s edition.

Is China using ASEAN for its gambling fix?

While at first glance the news that China has asked the Philippines to ban online gambling may seem like just another sign of its growing involvement in the region, a quick scan of regional newspapers soon makes it obvious that the Asian superpower needs all the help it can get to battle its own gambling problem.

In Cambodia, journalism has become a crime

In Cambodia, journalism can be a crime. That is the meaning of the charges against two Cambodian journalists, Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin, who worked for Radio Free Asia (RFA), a private news organization that receives U.S. government funding to bring accurate news and information to people living in closed societies in Asia.

River of no return: Mekong faces grim future

Prime ministers, presidents and heads of international banks have caused a potential catastrophe.

Cambodia’s blue helmets: A commitment to internationalism

When Minister of National Defence Tea Banh honoured 280 peacekeepers who recently returned from Mali and South Sudan on August 9, the ceremony also celebrated Cambodia’s commitment to internationalism.

Remembering Cambodia’s brutal Brother No 2

Nuon Chea, recently deceased chief organizer and ideologue of the murderous Khmer Rouge, epitomized the ‘banality of evil’.

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Media urged to publicise road traffic, drugs issues

The Ministry of Information has urged all media outlets to disseminate educational messages on drug and traffic issues during the Pchum Ben festival from September 14-29.