Authoritarian PM Hun Sen has reportedly given Beijing the green light for a naval base on the Gulf of Thailand.
Cambodia’s exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy says he will return from France on Nov. 9 to his Southeast Asian homeland, where he faces jail time of 15 years or more.
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.
Hun Sen in response said local authorities would arrest Sam Rainsy if he was “brave” enough to enter the country, regardless of how many people met him at the airport.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will pay an official visit to Cambodia on Sept. 2-4 to further enhance bilateral ties and cooperation, a Cambodian foreign ministry statement said on Friday.
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.
The interaction highlighted ongoing efforts by the three countries to advance security collaboration despite lingering challenges.
A recent incident has once again reinforced the border management challenges that remain for the two countries.
Efforts to root out corruption in the country are likely to run once again into familiar realities.
Both sides need to repair rock-bottom relations with frank discussions.
This year’s iteration of SEACAT spotlighted Washington’s security relations with Indo-Pacific countries in the maritime domain.
Beijing has co-opted politicians, guided media narratives, and used investment to influence politics from Cambodia to Australia.
Sam Rainsy “the acting president” of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), told supporters in Australia at the weekend that the Kingdom had lost its independence to China, while outlining plans for his announced return.
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.
Prime Minister Hun Sen composed a song on Sunday as he exchanged barbs with Sam Rainsy on the latter’s claim that he would return to Cambodia on November 9. Hun Sen also volunteered to witness a bet initiated by a group of analysts on Rainsy’s return.
Before departing Cambodia this week, Hidehisa Horinouchi, the outgoing Japanese ambassador to Cambodia sent a message to the people saying that the Kingdom had maintained an average annual economic growth of seven per cent and that bilateral relations between the two countries had made great strides forward.
President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO), Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga presented insignia “For peace and friendship among nations” to outgoing Cambodian Ambassador PrakNguon Hong yesterday.
Rights group calls for dropping of charges and release of Nuth Pich, a member of the dissolved opposition party.
Acting president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sam Rainsy will be arrested by the military upon setting foot inside Cambodia, Minister of Defense Tea Banh said Tuesday, prompting the exiled opposition chief to appeal to security forces to “turn their rifles” on their superiors in revolt.
Sam Rainsy, the “acting president” of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), has called on migrant workers in Thailand to take time off work and return to the Kingdom on November 9 to welcome him.