In this episode, Dr William Choong, Managing Editor of Fulcrum, and Dr Jayant Menon, Senior Fellow at ISEAS, talk to Prof Sophal Ear, Associate Professor at the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, about the political transition in Cambodia.
Given the perils of producing meaningful journalism within Cambodia, the future of the country’s media might well lie abroad.
The Ministry of Agriculture says that CambojaNews could go the way of VOD, a bilingual news site that was shut down in February.
The author of a new book on Cambodia reflects on the long career of the former PM and international attempt to foster democracy in a conflict-torn nation.
Amid major power competition, Cambodia is preserving its strategic autonomy through ‘smart and flexible diplomacy.’
Human Rights Watch on Tuesday urged Cambodia to “fully” probe a “brutal” assault of a dissident and his wife and said it tested the new government’s “willingness to investigate and appropriately prosecute those responsible for abuses against its critics.”
Four more Thais working for a scam gang linked to a family tragedy in Samut Prakan have been arrested in Poipet and returned to Thailand for legal proceedings.
Soramitsu, a Japanese company riding the wave of blockchain-based products supporting digital payments, has landed several deals with central banks.
During the AMRO Annual Consultation Visit to Cambodia, it was observed that while Cambodia's economy is recovering, bolstered by tourism and domestic consumption, it faces challenges including a struggling manufacturing sector, especially the garment industry.
Cambodia’s Koh Ker temple archaeological site has been officially added to Unesco’s World Heritage List during the ongoing 45th session of the World Heritage Committee in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Canada should follow the lead of the United States and refuse to approve the import of Cambodian monkeys for use in Canadian labs, animal-welfare groups say.
Faith-based interventions and criminal prosecutions can innovatively meet.
How masters of traditional Cambodian instruments are helping heal a land still recovering from the horrors of genocide
The Khmer Magic Music Bus takes traditional Cambodian instruments and songs across the country, hoping to reconnect locals with their national identity.
I grew up living hand to mouth in Cambodia. I secretly enrolled in the circus when I was 13, and it became my lifeline...
Circus artist Kong Viban was born in Battambang, in northwestern Cambodia.
For Ung Bun, a 39-year-old fisherman from Cambodia's southern Kep province, the days when he would come home with plentiful catches of flower crabs appear to be long gone.
Beijing and Phnom Penh promise further cooperation in law enforcement, security and industry.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet visits country’s close ally China on his 1st official trip abroad
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet arrived in Beijing on Thursday on his first official trip abroad since taking office last month. The visit demonstrates his country’s warm relations with China, Cambodia’s closest political and economic ally.
Hun Manet received ‘warm congratulations’ from Anthony Albanese, but critics have condemned his inherited power
Members of the Cambodian diaspora in Australia have expressed shock and outrage at a letter from Prime Minister Anthony Albanese offering his "warm congratulations" to new leader Hun Manet.
Cambodian authorities have reportedly detained a group of 20 or more people, including apparently Japanese nationals, in Phnom Penh. The group may have been involved in online scams.
A majority of surveyed workers said they had taken out a loan due to lower wages since the pandemic. Activists are calling on brands such as Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Puma, Gap and Levi to act.