Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi voiced concern Tuesday over the recent modernizing of a Cambodian naval base with Chinese aid, during a meeting with his Cambodian counterpart.
The split between the country’s two most prominent opposition leaders has been five years in the making.
Cambodia has ignored an appeal by Myanmar-based as well as regional and international civil society organizations not to invite the Myanmar regime’s defense minister, who is responsible for the junta’s atrocities against civilians, to the upcoming ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting.
Beijing is assembling a network of overseas port facilities to protect its global interests.
There are legitimate grounds to believe that a Chinese base in Cambodia is not all that detrimental to American interests in the Indo-Pacific.
Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said Friday he will hold a meeting of defense ministers with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations next week...
Son Chhay, the vice president of the Candlelight Party, has been accused of “seriously damaging” the reputation of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.
The United States expressed concern Wednesday over Cambodia's recent mass conviction of opposition figures including an outspoken Cambodian-American activist, warning it represents part of an "alarming pattern" of actions that undermine democracy.
A court in Phnom Penh has jailed dozens of Cambodian opposition figures. US-Cambodian lawyer Theary Seng and other government critics have been sentenced to years in prison on charges of treason and incitement.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Cambodian People’s Party has sued the vice president of the opposition Candlelight Party for $1 million in compensation for comments he made in an online interview alleging that this month’s local elections were unfair, a spokesman for the governing party said.
A Cambodian-American lawyer and dozens of members of a now-dissolved opposition party were convicted of treason Tuesday in a trial that is part of efforts to tame opposition to the long-running rule of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Despite another victory for the ruling Cambodian People’s Party, an old opposition party has pried back open the political space.
Cambodia’s prime minister has outmaneuvered political opponents and groomed his oldest son for power, but does he know when to walk away?
U.S. State Department adviser Chollet stresses partnerships on South China Sea.
A Cambodian court has convicted a prominent lawyer of treason.
A Cambodian court ordered jail sentences on June 14 for about 60 opposition figures including Cambodian-American lawyer Theary Seng for conspiring to commit treason.
Cambodia’s rising e-commerce sector requires clear definition of laws and regulations by regulators addressing concerns of market uncertainties while maintaining regional uniformity, according to stakeholders.