Cambodia aspires to attain upper middle-income status by 2030 and high-income status by 2050. To realise these ambitions, the country must address specific challenges hindering inclusive, sustainable and resilient growth.
Scepticism remains as to whether any reforms will be to the benefit of the wider country or just to the benefit of Hun Manet's family and party.
French President Emmanuel Macron was asked on 16 Jan. about how he would handle a possible re-election of Donald Trump in the US later this year.
If 2023 will be remembered for anything, it will be the political acumen that Hun Sen showed as he found new ways to broaden the meaning of Cambodian democracy to now include hereditary succession.
As demonstrated by the scourge of hit-and-run violence on the nation’s roads, the political system rests on the idea that some people are more equal than others.
Hun Manet has shown some signs that he has a better understanding of the country’s need for broader economic growth—and the importance of attracting a wider range of foreign investment—than his father.
In Cambodia, all roads, bridges, and now canals lead to China.
Distortion of visual reality is one of the techniques by which the Hun Manet regime attempts to project a false image of modern Cambodia to the world.
The rights group Amnesty International claims that thousands of families have been evicted from the world-famous temples over the past year.
Cambodia has made remarkable development progress over the past decades.
Cambodia is a development success story but one that is incomplete and now at a critical juncture.
On this International Human Rights Day, I call on the international community not to forget Cambodia.
Journalists and activists are still attacked for espousing critical views.
The 1969 illegal bombing of neutral Cambodia was one of Henry Kissinger’s first major policy recommendations as national security adviser to U.S. president Richard M. Nixon.
Forty years after the American military attacked them, the people of Tropeang Phlong village in Cambodia were still traumatized.
Indigenous peoples are effective custodians of biodiversity, lands, and seas, while sustaining distinct cultural, social and economic values of their communities.
Cambodia’s economic aspirations must be girded by strenuous efforts to overcome its constraints, internal and external, through diversification and reform.
With 55 of 58 seats won, ex-PM Hun Sen seen securing top post in upper house.