More convictions for Cambodian opposition politicians
Further convictions have been registered against Cambodian opposition politicians, with charges also laid for a Facebook post and foreign media branded for their “evil and poisonous” ambitions as the country gears-up for the Southeast Asia Games in May and elections in July.
Cambodian FM Prak Sokhonn to conclude trip to Morocco
Cambodia’s Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn will conclude a two-day visit to Morocco today.
PM Anwar thanks Cambodia for bringing back Malaysian job scam victims
Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim expressed appreciation to his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen for the latter’s support in bringing back Malaysian victims of a job scam syndicate in Cambodia.
Hun Sen’s post-election resignation a near done deal
Asia’s longest-serving leader has put his dynastic succession plan in overdrive after taming all last vestiges of opposition.
Enter Cambodia’s Hun Manet
Numbers tell the story of a military leader working overtime on a presidential succession game plan.
Eye on China, Hun Sen tightens his military control
Cambodian leader steers children’s military promotions in move that may disrupt China’s two-track diplomacy with the defense ministry.
Cambodian activists charged with insulting king on Facebook
A judge at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court also charged the two men with incitement to cause serious social unrest in the country.
Cambodia Arrests Opposition Activists for Posts About Country’s King
The activists, who are reportedly close to opposition leader Kem Sokha had criticized the government’s treatment of King Norodom Sihamoni.
Cambodia slams EU Parliament censure, call for sanctions
EU resolution demands freedom for Cambodia’s political prisoners while urging free and fair elections.
Hun Sen’s Cambodian Succession Plan Slides Into Chaos
As the Cambodian leader contemplates retirement, there is growing opposition to his plan to create a family dynasty.
‘Understand me’: Hun Sen links AUKUS to concerns for Cambodia’s Chinese-funded naval base
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has aired concerns about the transparency of Australia’s submarine ambitions during a rambling speech in which he also accepted they would be nuclear-powered and not nuclear armed.
Long-serving Cambodian leader Hun Sen hints at retirement
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has hinted strongly that he intends to step down as the country’s long-serving leader when a new government is installed after July’s general election.
Can Cambodia’s Future Foreign Policy Diverge from China?
Whether Cambodia can truly forge a foreign policy that stands apart from China will impact the next generation of Cambodian leaders at home and abroad.
Cambodia’s defense minister backs Hun Sen’s son for PM
Tea Banh makes public declaration after opposition leader Sam Rainsy voiced support for the minister's son.
It’s a battle for democracy and inclusive development in Cambodia
Cambodia’s general elections are scheduled to be held in July this year.
Hun Sen not that good at ensuring security
The Cambodian leader looks out and sees traitors and color revolutionists everywhere.
Hun Sen’s dynasty plan under hot military fire
Powerful Defense Minister Tea Banh is reportedly resisting and could blow up Hun Sen’s plan to hand power to his son.
Cambodia makes its own way in Kem Sokha case
The sentencing of an opposition figure for treason sends a message that foreign interference will be rejected.
Cambodia’s jailing of Kem Sokha will ensure Hun Sen’s son gets ‘smooth transfer’ of power
Harsh length of Kem Sokha’s 27-year jail term sends ‘clear, intimidating message’ to opposition ahead of elections in summer. Hun Manet, the oldest of Hun Sen’s children, has been groomed to succeed him.
Cambodia leader warns against foreign interference
Cambodian leader Hun Sen said Monday he would not tolerate foreigners who threaten the country's peace, days after the jailing of an opposition figure roused international condemnation.
‘I couldn’t escape’: the people trafficked into call centres and forced to scam Australians
Thousands are trapped into slavery across Asia – but, with the conviction of three traffickers in Indonesia, the tide may be turning.