Asia Times contributor Sim Vireak's 'response' to a recent column falls short in several ways
Péter Szijjártó expressed “deep” regret and sent an apology to his Cambodian counterpart Prak Sokhonn, for the hardships caused by him for being tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after his visit, news site Telex writes.
The country needs to do more to bring balance its foreign relations and dispel perceptions that it is a Chinese proxy.
This article is a response to the piece written by David Hutt, which appeared on Asia Times on November 12, suggesting that “Cambodia should be worried about the Biden presidency.”
Cambodia's government has targeted about 50 people in its most concerted legal offensive against its political opponents since 2017, according to copies of court summonses seen Friday.
China's rise exacerbates Southeast Asian bloc's inherent tensions, experts say.
The Biden administration will probably maintain an 'engagement' policy with Cambodia, but with caveats.
Cambodia's Ministry of Health (MoH) confirmed on Monday that three more people, who came in direct contact with infected Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto, tested positive for the COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections from Szijjarto to four.
The inability of Cambodia and Laos to apply individual agency on regional matters while supporting China’s larger interests have caused concerns in the grouping.
Kicking Cambodia out of ASEAN would be neither an effective nor a practical solution to the bloc’s challenges.
There will be no Cambodian Spring anytime soon. This is the sobering reality to a question so tempting to ask – particularly in the shadow of what’s happening in Thailand and now in Lao PDR. So, why won’t a civil society uprising happen in Cambodia soon?
The suggestion by a retired Singaporean diplomat has made waves among Southeast Asia watchers – but is it likely to happen?
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.”
Retired Singapore diplomat Bilahari Kausikan dismisses claims by Cambodia of being agent to foreign...
Former top Singapore diplomat Bilahari Kausikan on Thursday (Oct 29) dismissed claims by a group of Cambodian diplomats that he is acting as an "agent" for a foreign power.
Singapore ex-top envoy ignites firestorm by saying Cambodia could be expelled from bloc for serving as China’s proxy and disruptor.
Former Singapore diplomat’s remarks follow claims the countries have sided with Beijing on issues including the South China Sea and the Mekong River.
Long-time Cambodian leader is reverting to his bad old threatening ways amid mounting political, economic and diplomatic crises.
Nearby nations will be forced to ‘reexamine their political will to resist Beijing’s coercion and weigh the benefits of a rapprochement instead.’
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday dismissed reports that the country is planning to host a Chinese military base.
The legacy of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, which aimed to bring the country peace and democracy, remains deeply contested.