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Cambodia Arrests CNRP Activist Mai Hongsreang for Criticizing Government

Cambodian authorities Tuesday arrested Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) activist Mai Hongsreang, marking the 14th such arrest of activists associated with the banned political party.

Hun Sen: Sanctions Would “Impact US-Cambodia Ties”

Lawmakers hope the Senate would pass and send the bill to President Donald Trump to sign later this year.

Cambodia’s alleged China military deal risks destabilizing regional order

Southeast Asia and beyond should voice concerns about Beijing's use of naval base.

Cambodia-Brunei Military Ties in the Headlines with Hun Manet Introductory Visit

The interaction spotlighted the ongoing activity in the defense relationship between the two countries.

China, Cambodia vow to boost mutual trust, cooperation

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn vowed on Tuesday to boost mutual trust and cooperation between the two countries.

Turkey, Cambodia ink security cooperation pact

Cambodian interior minister pays official visit to Turkey, hails strong relations.

Chinese Embassy in Cambodia marks PLA’s 92nd anniversary

The Chinese Embassy in Cambodia hosted a reception here on Tuesday to mark the 92nd anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), which falls on Aug. 1.

Vietnam, Cambodia friendship associations issue joint statement

The Vietnam–Cambodia and Cambodia–Vietnam friendship associations on July 29 issued a joint statement, strengthening friendly neighbourliness, traditional friendship and long-term cooperation between the two nations.

National Police call for support in arrest of Rainsy

The National Police on Saturday called for the assistance of the "national and international public" to ensure Sam Rainsy, the "acting president" of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party, faced the Kingdom's courts.

Cambodia: holding our noses for the greater good

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on an agreement between Cambodia and China to let Beijing use the Ream naval base in Sihanoukville, Southeastern Cambodia.

Cambodia’s electric Chinese aid and investment affair

The debate about China’s rapidly growing global investment and development financing footprint has focused on deciphering Chinese intentions — whether China aims to revise or maintain the US-led ‘liberal international order’.

Cambodian FM to attend 52nd ASEAN FMs meeting, related meetings in Thailand

Cambodian Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn will attend the 52nd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers Meeting (AMM) and related meetings to be held next week in Bangkok, Thailand, according to a foreign ministry statement on Saturday.

China’s ties with Cambodia pay off

It has long been rumored that the government of Cambodia would offer China a military outpost, most likely a port facility, in its territory.

Why Cambodia yields to China’s strategic commands

The establishment of a Chinese naval presence in Cambodia is the logical outcome of America’s long-flawed policies towards Phnom Penh.

What Next for Democracy in Cambodia?

Hun Sen has remained defiant since eradicating his political opposition. How should the world respond?

Chinese threats from Cambodia demand new US strategy

If the Trump administration can strengthen U.S. relations with Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines, we need not be terribly concerned over China's new naval base in Cambodia.

Cambodian Opposition Chief Warns Against China’s Growing Dominance, Military Presence

Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy called on Cambodians in a statement on Tuesday to oppose what he called China’s colonization of the Southeast Asian country, warning especially against the use of Cambodia as a base for a growing Chinese military presence.

Is Cambodia becoming a new flashpoint between China and the US?

Reports of Beijing’s involvement in a Cambodian naval base come after Phnom Penh declined Washington’s offer to repair the port facilities.

Moreno approved as new EU ambassador to Cambodia

Spain's Carmen Moreno has been approved as the new EU ambassador to Cambodia, replacing the outgoing George Edgar, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation spokesperson Ket Sophann told The Post on Monday.

Vietnam, Cambodia hold sixth political consultation

The sixth political consultation between Vietnam and Cambodia was held in Phnom Penh on July 18.

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