Noteworthy News

The Atlantic
January/February 2018
Molly Ball: When the Presses Stop

Reuters
13 December 2017
Prak Chan Thul: U.S. urges Cambodia to reverse steps against democracy

European Parliament
13 December 2017
Joint motion for a resolution: on Cambodia: notably the dissolution of CNRP Party (2017/3002(RSP))

Phnom Penh Post
13 December 2017
Leonie Kijewski and Ben Sokhean: EU pulls NEC support, saying elections ‘cannot be seen as legitimate’ after CNRP dissolution

Devex World
12 December 2017
Abigail Seiff: As Cambodian repression worsens, donors fret over their responses

Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia
12 December 2017
Press Statement: Press Releases
pdf: Press releases

Reuters
12 December 2017
Prak Chan Thul: EU suspends funding for Cambodian election

The Washington Post
12 December 2017
Catherine V. Harry: Facebook is conducting a dangerous experiment in Cambodia

United Nations Human Rights – OHCHR
11 December 2017
Cambodia: UN Special Rapporteur calls for restoration of democracy and vibrant civil society

The Sacramento Bee
10 December 2017
ANITA CHABRIA AND STEPHEN MAGAGNINI: Trump pressured Cambodia on deportations. Woodland man now fears imminent departure

New Mandala
9 December 2017
An interview with Mu Sochua

Council on Foreign Relations
8 December 2017
Joshua Kurlantzick: The Trump Administration Takes Action Against the Hun Sen Government

Politico
8 December 2017
JASON SCHWARTZ: Trump’s ‘fake news’ mantra a hit with despots

The New York Times
8 December 2017
Mike Ives: Eluding Censors, a Magazine Covers Southeast Asia’s Literary Scene

VOA
8 December 2017
Aun Chhengpor: Indonesian Official Suggests Jakarta Wants to See ‘More Democratic’ Cambodia: Former Opposition Lawmaker
Aun Chhengpor: EU Reviewing Cambodia Relations, Election Support: Ambassador

U.S. Senator for Texas – Tex Cruz
7 December 2017
Press Release: Sen. Cruz Applauds Secretary Tillerson’s Action Against the Government of Cambodia and Prime Minister Hun Sen

Fortune
7 December 2017
Reuters: Cambodia Places Its Bets on China’s Casino Empire

AP
7 December 2017
MATTHEW PENNINGTON: US restricts visas for Cambodians ‘undermining democracy’

Phnom Penh Post
7 December 2017
Leonie Kijewski: US to issue visa sanctions against Cambodian officials ‘undermining democracy’

TIME
7 December 2017
MATTHEW PENNINGTON: The U.S. Plans to Restrict Visas For Cambodians Who Are ‘Undermining Democracy’

Phnom Penh Post
7 December 2017
Niem Chheng and Andrew Nachemson: NEC body to fight bad press

The Wall Street Journal
6 December 2017
James Hookway: U.S. Issues Travel Restrictions Against Cambodians Over ‘Anti-Democratic Actions’

Asia Sentinel
6 December 2017
Hun Sen Assumes a Monarch’s Mantle

Reuters
6 December 2017
Eric Walsh, Prak Chan Thul: U.S. to deny visas to Cambodian officials over opposition crackdown

U.S. Department of State
6 December 2017
Press Statement: Visa Restrictions on Individuals Responsible for Undermining Cambodian Democracy

The New York Times
6 December 2017
Julia Wallace: A Long-Dead Cambodian King Is Back — and He Looks Familiar

The Diplomat
6 December 2017
David Hutt: The Eternal Win-Wins of Hun Sen’s Power in Cambodia

Phnom Penh Post
6 December 2017
Mech Dara and Daphne Chen: New national security body stacked with Hun Sen family, ‘loyalists’

BBC
4 December 2017
Jonathan Head: Hun Sen: Cambodia’s prime minister prays for good fortune

The Economist
4 December 2017
Ali Abdullah Saleh’s death will shake up the war in Yemen

RFA
4 December 2017
មួង ណារ៉េត: សុខភាព​លោក ហ៊ុន សែន ចាប់​ផ្ដើម​ទ្រុឌទ្រោម​ខណៈ​លោក​ថា​អាច​កាន់​អំណាច​៣០ឆ្នាំ​ទៀត

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights
4 December 2017
158 MPs from 23 countries call for the release of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha
Text of Letter

The Irish Times
4 December 2017
Mary Boland: Grandmother accused of mass murder: ‘I don’t remember anything’

The Irish Times
3 December 2017
Mary Boland: Cambodia: ‘In our culture, it’s considered too easy to say sorry’

The Irish Times
2 December 2017
Mary Boland: Cambodia’s long road to democracy takes a dangerous turn

Reuters
2 December 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodian PM pulls back on threat to shut rights group founded by rival

Nikkei Asian Review
2 December 2017
GEORGE STYLLIS: Chinese cash fuels gambling boom in Cambodian backwater

Project Syndicate
1 December 2017
JOSHUA KURLANTZICK: The Trumping of Cambodian Democracy

Phnom Penh Post
1 December 2017
Mech Dara and Andrew Nachemson: Kheng scolds senior officials for seeking to keep power centralised

UNESCO
30 novembre 2017
Le Comité pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé accorde une protection renforcée à Angkor

Amnesty International
29 November 2017
CAMBODIA: INDEPENDENT HUMAN RIGHTS NGO THREATENED WITH CLOSURE

The Diplomat
29 November 2017
David Hutt: Is Cambodia’s Opposition a Victim of its Own Success?

Phnom Penh Post
29 November 2017
Daphne Chen: US ambassador says Cambodia ‘not interested in a positive relationship’ with US

Reuters
29 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodian PM leaves for China to seek more aid

IFEX
28 November 2017
IFEX network condemns Hun Sen’s brazen attack on local member, CCHR

The Washington Post
28 November 2017
David Ignatius: China has a plan to rule the world

Cambodge Mag
28 novembre 2017
Cambodge Coopération : Visite de M. Thierry MATHOU, Directeur d’Asie et d’Océanie du Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères

Phnom Penh Post
28 November 2017
Ben Sokhean and Niem Chheng: With CNRP gone, minor parties take their National Assembly seats
Sam Rainsy: Cambodia: a test of coherence for the global community
Yesenia Amaro: Ministry of Information defends press crackdown to UN

Philippine Daily Inquirer
7 November 2017
Ramon Farolan: Cambodia’s one-eyed strongman

Asia Times
27 November 2017
David Hutt: Is Hun Sen secretly insecure?

University of Nottingham – IAPS DIALOGUE: THE ONLINE MAGAZINE OF THE INSTITUTE OF ASIA & PACIFIC STUDIES
27 November 2017
Lily Lee, Natalia Pardo and Corey Tam: CAMBODIA: A LONG ROAD TO HEALING

SEA GLOBE
27 November 2017
Johanna Chisholm: Cambodia’s Hun Sen calls for closure of main human rights group

The Diplomat
27 November 2017
Ben Paviour: Cambodian Treason Case Highlights Cold War Rivalries

abc.net.au
27 November 2017
Liam Cochrane: Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen launches attack on Cambodian Centre for Human Rights

Global Times (China)
27 November 2017
Shihlun Allen Chen: Why Cambodia shuns interventionist aid

Channel News Asia
26 November 2017
Nic Dunlop: ‘My daughter, I’m still alive’: Displaced by war, a Cambodian family reunites after 43 years

Reuters
26 November 2017
Reuters Staff: Cambodia’s Hun Sen calls for closure of rights group founded by rival

Phnom Penh Post
26 November 2017
Ben Sokhean: Breaking: PM says prominent human rights NGO ‘must close’

VOA
25 November 2017
Sokummono Khan: What Can Cambodia Take From Zimbabwe’s Power Transition?

Reuters
24 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul, Matthew Tostevin: Debate stifled in Cambodia as crackdown spreads fear

Phnom Penh Post
24 November 2017
Ben Sokhean, Andrew Nachemson and Mech Dara: PM warns party of complacency in leaked audio

The World Weekly
23 November 2017
Asia’s democracy crisis widens

Reuters
23 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia’s Hun Sen warns his party it could still lose election

Phnom Penh Post
23 November 2017
Niem Chheng and Daphne Chen: Rainsy and Sokha ‘would already be dead’: PM

SEA GLOBE
22 November 2017
Paul Millar: Whatever happened to… Cambodia’s Funcinpec Party

The New York Times
22 November 2017
REUTERS: Cambodia’s Hun Sen Says Only Workers Will Suffer From Any Sanctions

The Nation
21 November 2017
Geoffrey Cain: Fake News and the Death of Democracy in Cambodia

Nikkei Asian Review
21 November 2017
GEORGE STYLLIS: Cambodian business world shrugs off political crackdown

DW
21 November 2017
Ate Hoekstra: Is Cambodia an autocratic state now?

Reuters
21 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Sweden stops some new aid for Cambodia in protest over crackdown

Reuters
20 November 2017
Reuters Staff: China supports Cambodia’s crackdown on political opposition

The Wrap
20 November 2017
Steve Pond: Angelina Jolie Decries Hate Speech and the ‘Failure of Democracy’: ‘We Have to Pay Attention

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
20 November 2017
Editorial: Cambodia clampdown: The scarred nation is getting more authoritarian

Reuters
20 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia’s opposition gives up posts after ban

Phnom Penh Post
20 November 2017
Leonie Kijewski and Soth Koemsoeun: Breaking: CNRP-nominated elections officials resign from NEC

The Courier
20 November 2017
Lindsay Murdoch: Sight for war eyes: How a couple wed in Pol Pot’s forced marriages came to long for each other’s face

Nikkei Asian Review
20 November 2017
Sebastian Strangio: One-party Cambodia’s grim message

Phnom Penh Post
20 November 2017
Andrew Nachemson and Ben Sokhean: A ‘one-party dictatorship’: World reacts to CNRP decision as PM says China will fill gaps left by sanctions

themalaymailonline
19 November 2017
Surekha A. Yadav: Asean’s authoritarian problem

Reuters
19 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Defiant Hun Sen tells U.S. to cut all aid to Cambodia

The Wire
19 November 2017
PASCAL LAUREYN: Cambodia: The Birth of a Dictator

Asian Correspondent
19 November 2017
Emma Richards: After CNRP dissolution, what happens next for Cambodia?

RFA Khmer
18 November 2017
លោក ប្រ៊ែដ អាដាម ថា​ល្មម​ដល់​ពេល​លោក ហ៊ុន សែន ចុះ​ចេញ​ពី​តំណែង​កុំ​ចាំ​គេ​ទាញ​ទម្លាក់

The Washington Post
18 November 2017
Editorial: The White House’s much-needed rebuke to a country smothering democracy

RFA
17 November 2017
Cambodia’s Opposition CNRP May Appeal Dissolution Case to International Criminal Court

Lowell Sun
17 November 2017
Rick Sobey: Legislators decry abolition of opposition party in Cambodia

Forum Asia – Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development
17 November 2017
Cambodia: The End of Democracy

The New York Times
17 November 2017
ELIZABETH BECKER: The Women Who Covered Vietnam

New Mandala
17 November 2017
JONATHAN SUTTON: Hun Sen’s gamble

Le Point
17 novembre 2017
AFP: Le Cambodge sous pression internationale après l’interdiction de l’opposition

United Nations – Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
17 November 2017
UN human rights chief voices concern about Cambodia election after opposition ban

Forbes
17 November 2017
Danielle Keeton-Olsen: Democratic Governments Criticize Deathblow To Cambodia’s Opposition Party, But Few Yet Take Action

Breibart
17 November 2017
JOHN J. XENAKIS: Cambodia dissolves the opposition political party so that Hun Sen can be reelected unopposed

Al Jazeera
17 November 2017
Video: What’s behind Cambodia’s crackdown on the opposition?

VOA
17 November 2017
David Boyle: US, EU Talk Tough on Cambodia

Reuters
17 November 2017
Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia faces U.S., EU action after banning opposition

Government Offices of Sweden
17 November 2017
Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs Wallström regarding political developments in Cambodia

The Guardian
17 November 2017
Mu Sochua: The demise of the opposition sounds the death knell for democracy in Cambodia

W. Patrick Murphy
17 November 2017
White House statement: concerns about setbacks to democracy in #Cambodia

Human Rights Watch
17 November 2017
Cambodia: Supreme Court Dissolves Democracy

The Economist – Espresso
17 November 2017
Dying democracy: Hun Sen again

Phnom Penh Post
17 November 2017
BEN SOKHEAN, MECH DARA AND ANANTH BALIGA: ‘Death of democracy’: CNRP dissolved by Supreme Court ruling

The Telegraph
16 November 2017
Nicola Smith and Louise Burke: Cambodia accused of ‘killing off democracy’ after opposition party dissolved by Supreme Court

John McCain
16 November 2017
STATEMENT BY SASC CHAIRMAN JOHN McCAIN ON CAMBODIAN SUPREME COURT DISSOLVING MAIN OPPOSITION PARTY
SENATE PASSES McCAIN-DURBIN RESOLUTION PROMOTING DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS & RULE OF LAW IN CAMBODIA

Associated Press
16 November 2017
MATTHEW PENNINGTON: CUT TIES WITH CAMBODIAN GOV’T, SAYS EXILED OPPOSITION LEADER

La Presse
16 novembre 2017
AFP: Les É.-U. appellent le Cambodge à annuler ses mesures contre l’opposition

European Union – External Relations
16 November 2017
Statement by the Spokesperson on the dissolution of Cambodian National Rescue Party

Associated Press
16 November 2017
SOPHENG CHEANG: Cambodia’s top court orders opposition party dissolved

Reporters sans Frontieres – RSF
16 November 2017
Cambodia: Harassment of journalists accompanies ban on opposition party

Reuters
16 November 2017
Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia under fire after dissolving main opposition party

The New York Times
16 November 2017
Julia Wallace: Cambodia’s Top Court Dissolves Main Opposition Party

Le Monde
16 novembre 2017
Harold Thibault: Au Cambodge, l’opposition interdite

BBC
16 November 2017
Cambodia top court dissolves main opposition CNRP party

Reuters
16 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul, Amy Sawitta Lefevre: Cambodia’s main opposition party dissolved by Supreme Court

Global Witness
16 November 2017
GLOBAL WITNESS REACTS TO THE DISSOLUTION OF CAMBODIA’S OPPOSITION PARTY

Amnesty International
16 November 2017
Cambodia: Banning of opposition party a “blatant act of political repression”
CAMBODGE. LA DISSOLUTION D’UN PARTI D’OPPOSITION EST UN «ACTE DE RÉPRESSION POLITIQUE FLAGRANT»

U.S. Department of State
16 November 2017
Press Statement by Heather Nauert: Amendments to Cambodia’s Election Law

Reuters
15 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul, Amy Sawitta Lefevre: Cambodia’s opposition party gives up hope of escaping ban

VOA
15 November 2017
Sun Narin and Julia Wallace: Cash, Oaths and Holy Water: Inside the CPP’s Quest to Identify Its Own True Supporters

Phnom Penh Post
15 November 2017
Mech Dara and Daphne Chen: Analysis: Judge who will decide the fate of the CNRP is a trusted member of the CPP

euronews
14 November 2017
Alice Cuddy: Inside the Paris apartment where Sam Rainsy runs Cambodia’s opposition

United Nations
14 November 2017
Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with H. E. Mr. Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia

Press release
14 November 2017
Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asian Affairs, Matt Pottingerand Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia, W. Patrick MurphyMeeting with Cambodian Foreign Minister Prak SokhonnManila, Philippines

Reuters
14 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Trump aide voices concerns about Cambodia

The Washington Post
13 November 2017
Matthew Pennngton/AP: Where Cambodian leader sees US plots, others see US inaction

Bangkok Post
13 November 2017
Associated Press: Cambodia’s opposition seeks US help amid crackdown

Phnom Penh Post
10 November 2017
Rinith Taing: A scientist’s love of history

Reuters
10 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia PM Hun Sen says 2018 election result does not need international recognition

Phnom Penh Post
9 November 2017
Andrew Nachemson: As PM recycles policy, who wins?

U.S. Senator for  Texas – Ted Cruz
8 November 2017
Press release: Sen. Cruz Responds to the Cambodian Government

The Diplomat
8 November 2017
Prashanth Parameswaran: What’s Behind the Russian Warship Visit to Cambodia?

Reuters
8 November 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia PM bets on court dissolving main opposition party

The Independent
7 November 2017
CHARLOTTE CHADWICK: Cambodia’s traditional Sbek Thom shadow puppetry is a dying art. But not if these sisters can help it

SEA-GLOBE
6 November 2017
Nathan Paul Southern: China’s construction bubble may leave Cambodia’s next generation without a home

Los Angeles Times
5 November 2017
Frank Shyong: In Cambodia Town, a community moves from survival to success

U.S. News & World report
4 November 2017
Reuters/Matthew Tostevin: Fight for Grassroots Democracy in Cambodia Sidelines U.S.

Reuters
4 November 2017
Reuters Staff: Cambodian PM tells opposition to defect or face being banned from politics

Jurist
3 November 2017
US Senate urges sanctions against Cambodia government

Union of Catholic Asian News (UCANEWS.com)
3 November 2017
George Wright: Desperate to hang on, a strongman shows his true colors

Forbes
3 November 2017
David Hutt: Why The EU Is Dallying Over Possible Cambodia Sanctions

Asian Sentinel
2 November 2017
Michele Penna: A River of Donor Money Into Cambodia Does No Good

SEA-GLOBE
2 November 2017
Euan Black: Former Cambodia Daily journalist talks about country’s independent media

Phnom Penh Post
2 November 2017
Robin Spiess: Garment sector torn over wage hike

SEA-GLOBE
1 November 2017
Holly Robertson and Len Leng: A wave of young female activists from Cambodia aim to shake up the patriarchy. Here’s how.

La Croix International
31 October 2017
George Wrigh: Desperate to retain power, a ‘paranoid’ Asian strongman shows his true colors

European Union
31 October 2017
Press statement by the ASEAN Delegation of the European Parliament

Reuters
31 October 2017
Prak Chan Thul: EU MPs threaten Cambodia aid and trade over crackdown

The Diplomat
30 October 2017
Tyler Roney: The Difficult Discussion on Cambodia’s Forests

Forbes
30 October 2017
Danielle Keeton-Olsen: Like Trump, These Southeast Asian Countries Are Using ‘Fake News’ To Devastating Effect

TIME
30 October 2017
Eli Meixler: Cambodia Is Becoming ‘Openly Authoritarian’ in Its Crackdown on Opposition

The Telegraph
29 October 2017
Nicola Smith: Boris Johnson to face calls to tackle Cambodia over human rights crisis

Council on Foreign Relations
27 October 2017
Joshua Kurlantzick: Southeast Asia’s Democratic Decline in the America First Era

The Diplomat
27 October 2017
Samuel Macrae: A Tale of Two Kingdoms: Thailand and Cambodia

The Christian Science Monitor
27 October 2017
Ben Paviour: Amid Cambodia crackdown, this leader fled. But she hasn’t given up on change

Phnom Penh Post
27 October 2017
Mech Dara and Andrew Nachemson: Former senator Sok Hour speaks on his time in prison

The Age
27 October 2017
Lindsay Murdoch: Australia blames Cambodia for ‘unfortunate’ champagne toast

The Guardian
26 October 2017
Claire Knox: Kampot literary festival hopes to revive Cambodia’s lost art of storytelling

CNN Travel
26 October 2017
Dan Tham: Beyond Angkor Wat: The forgotten temples of Cambodia’s Banteay Chhmar

New Mandala
25 October 2017
Dan Slater: Old dominance, new dominos in Southeast Asia

Le Monde
25 octobre 2017
Adrien Le Gal: En pleine vague de répression, le Cambodge libère l’opposant Hong Sok Hour

RFA
25 October 2017
Zakariya Tin and Sarada Taing: Cambodia’s King Sihamoni OKs Divisive Laws to Reallocate Opposition Parliamentary Seats

Phnom Penh Post
25 October 2017
Mech Dara and Andrew Nachemson: Breaking: King signs off on amended election laws allowing CNRP seat redistribution

Reuters
25 October 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodian opposition member pardoned at PM’s request

Phnom Penh Post
25 October 2017
Andrew Nachemson and Mech Dara: Analysts say government use of Fresh News fits the authoritarian playbook

VOA
25 October 2017
Aun Chhengpor: Chinese State Media Warns of Risks of Cambodia Crackdown

Phnom Penh Post
23 October 2017
Chak Sopheap: Cambodia: pathway to an island of peace

Channel News Asia
23 October 2017
Ouch Sony: Criticism mounts as Cambodia government moves closer to dissolving opposition

Mekong Review
Issue 8
Sebastian Strangio: The past isn’t past

ICJ
23 October 2017
Open letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations
Lettre en français

VOA
22 October 2017
Editorials: Undemocratic Moves in Cambodia

Bangkok Post
22 October 2017
Editorial: Hun Sen’s attack may provoke revolt

Japan Times
22 October 2017
DAVID MCNEILL: Defiant Cambodia Daily is down but not out

Global Times
22 October 2017
Hu Weijia: Political turmoil may threaten Cambodia’s hard-won economic achievements

VOA News
20 October 2017
David Boyle: Europeans Talk Tough to Cambodia

The Age
20 October 2017
Lindsay Murdoch: Australia defends Cambodia military ties as soldiers prepare to crush demonstrators

137th IPU Assembly
Decision of the Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians

Open Society Foundations
24 October 2017
The Collapse of Cambodian Democracy and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

SCMP
19 October 2017
Jonathan Power: Two million reasons why Cambodia’s prime minister fears US meddling in elections

Reuters
19 October 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Sweden threatens to review engagement with Cambodia

International Parliamentarians Union – IPU
18 October 2017
Press Release: Political crises increase worldwide as human rights violations against opposition MPs rise

Reuters
18 October 2017
Amy Sawitta Lefevre: Rights groups urge EU, Japan to consider halt in funding for Cambodian election

The Diplomat
17 October 2017
Ben Paviour: What Went Wrong With Cambodia’s Opposition Party

International Commission of Jurists – ICJ
Achieving Justice for Gross Human Rights Violations in Cambodia Baseline Study, October 2017

NPR
17 October 2017
ASHLEY WESTERMAN: ‘Fear Is Something Constant,’ Says Daughter Of Jailed Cambodian Opposition Leader

ThinkProgress
17 October 2017
Peter Ford: Invoking Trump, Cambodian leader dismantles the country’s democracy

U.S. State Department
16 October 2017
Press Statement: Amendments to Cambodia’s Election Law

The Diplomat
16 October 2017
Laurie Parsons: ‘From Head to Toe a Yuon’: The Path From Prejudice to Deportation in Cambodia

The NewsLens
16 October 2017
Jayant Menon: Cambodia’s Economic Growth Will Require Industry Shift

SEA GLOBE
16 October 2017
Nathan Paul Southern: The Future of Cambodia: Tourism

SCMP
15 October 2017
LOGAN CONNOR: AS ANTI-US FEELING GROWS IN CAMBODIA, CHINA CASHES IN

Sydney Morning Herald
15 October 2017
Clive O’Connell: Bangsokol review: Moving experience as Cambodia’s pain laid bare

The Melbourne Critique
14 October 2017
Jessi Lewis: BANGSOKOL A REQUIEM

International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)
The Newsletter 78 Autumn 2017
The connected and the bereft, or the politics of business in Phnom Penh

NBC News
13 October 2017
AGNES CONSTANTE: U.S.-Cambodia Sanctions Cause Anxiety for Some Facing Deportation

Le Monde
13 Octobre 2017
Adrien Le Gal: Au Cambodge, la dissolution programmée de l’opposition

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR)
13 October 2017
ASEAN parliamentarians condemn moves to eliminate opposition in Cambodia

The ASEAN Post
13 October 2017
Angaindrankumar Gnanasagaran: The systemic destruction of Cambodia’s democracy

UN News Center
12 October 2017
Silencing opposition voices threatens Cambodian democracy – UN rights expert

The Conversation
12 October 2017
Rhona Smith: Cambodia heads towards one-party state – and a democratic crisis

The Economist
12 October 2017
The man who foiled the UN – Cambodia’s prime minister has wrecked a 25-year push for democracy

The Guardian
12 October 2017
Olivier Holmes: World must wake up to crackdown in Cambodia, says exiled opposition politician

OHCHR
12 October 2017
Cambodian democracy under threat from moves against opposition, UN expert warns

The Straits Times
12 October 2017
Tan Hui Yee: Cambodian polls likely a walkover for Hun Sen

The Phnom Penh Post
12 October 2017
Ben Sokhean and Erin Handley: Peace accords a ‘ghost’, says Hun Sen, dismissing treaty that established democracy in Cambodia

Reporters Without a Border (RSF)
11 October 2017
Reporters in Cambodia charged with “inciting crime” for covering election

The Phnom Penh Post
11 October 2017
Mech Dara and Andrew Nachemson: CNRP vows to boycott assembly

Los Angeles Times
10 October 2017
Holly Robertson: Cambodia, a nominal democracy, lurches toward full-blown dictatorship

Committee to Protect Journalists
10 October 2017
Two journalists charged with incitement in Cambodia

Human Rights Watch
10 October 2017
Cambodia: Opposition Party Threatened with Dissolution

The Nation, Bangkok
10 October 2017
Opinion: Cambodian democracy has reached tipping point

Bloomberg Politics
9 October 2017
Blake Schmidt: Asia’s Longest-Serving Strongman Shows the Power of China’s Cash

The Phnom Penh Post
9 October 2017
Erin Handley and Mech Dara: Analysis: Cambodia’s government learns the art of ‘lawfare’

South China Morning Post
8 October 2017
BEN PAVIOUR: WELCOME TO ASIA’S NEWEST ONE-PARTY STATE

The Australian
7 October 2017
JANE CORNWELL: Art of survival

RFI
6 octobre 2017
Arnaud Dubus: Cambodge: la dérive autocratique du Premier ministre Hun Sen

Foreign Policy
6 October 2017
COLUM LYNCH, ELIAS GROLL: As U.S. Retreats From World Organizations, China Steps in to Fill the Void

Global Witness
6 October 2017
Press Release: GLOBAL WITNESS RESPONSE TO ATTEMPTS TO DISSOLVE CAMBODIA’S OPPOSITION PARTY

Libération
6 octobre 2017
Arnaud Dubus: Cambodge: fébrile, le régime réprime

Forbes
6 October 2017
Danielle Keeton-Olsen: Will Cambodia’s Public Fury Against The U.S. Endanger Its Economy?

BBC News
6 October 2017
Cambodia opposition politician Mu Sochua ‘feared arrest’

Asian Correspondent
6 October 2017
Cambodian government files lawsuit to dissolve main opposition party

The Washington Post
6 October 2017
Sopheng Cheang (AP): Cambodia takes first legal step to dissolve opposition party

6 October 2017
ATSUSHI TOMIYAMA: Cambodia’s largest opposition party on the brink of dissolution

The Asian Correspondent
4 October 2017
Max Walden: ‘Do not kill Cambodia’: Opposition leader Kem Sokha pens letter from behind bars

Reuters
4 October 2017
Exclusive: Cambodian opposition leader calls for sanctions on leadership

U.S. Senate
115th Congress
3 October 2017
Resolution: S. RES. 279

SEA GLOBE
3 October 2017
Paul Millar: Without fear or favour: going beyond the headlines at the Cambodia Daily

The ASEAN Post
2 October 2017
Angaindrankumar Gnanasagaran: Has Hun Sen won the battle and the war?

Reuters
2 October 2017
Cambodia’s Hun Sen urges arrests of opposition ‘rebels in the city’
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia’s detained opposition leader denies treason charges

The Washington Post
1 October 2017
Joby Warrick: A North Korean ship was seized off Egypt with a huge cache of weapons destined for a surprising buyer

Le Monde diplomatique
Octobre 2017
Hélène Richard: Dossier 1917 – Quand la révolution doute

VOA
30 September 2017
Sok Khemara: After Attack on Westerners, Cambodia’s Foreign Minister Softens Tone

VOA
29 September 2017
David Boyle: Who’s Playing Whom on Cambodian Facebook?

Nikkei Asian Review
28 September 2017
Keith B. Richburg: Press freedom under attack across Asia

Duck of Minerva
28 September 2017
Naazneen H. Barma: Darkness Falls in Cambodia

The New York Times
28 September 2017
Julia Wallace: OBITUARIES – Vann Molyvann, Architect Who Shaped Cambodia’s Capital, Dies at 90

YouTube
28 September 2017
AL Jazeera: 101 East – Forced Back To Cambodia

Phnom Penh Post
28 September 2017
Leonie Kijewski: Government taken to task at UNHRC session

ASEAN Today
27 September 2017
John Pennington: Is Hun Sen turning Cambodia into a pariah state in ASEAN?

Asia Times
26 September 2017
David Hutt: China’s largesse abets Cambodia’s clampdown

Next City
25 September 2017
Holly Robertson: One of Asia’s Fastest-Growing Cities Just Got a $1 Billion Plumbing Bill

Myanmar Times
24 September 2017
Soun Nimeth: Where democracy is ‘still in school’

goodreads
Sambath Meas’s Reviews: SOULFUL JOURNEY: Against All Odds by Sotheary Ortego

Los Angeles Review of Books
22 September 2017
Susannah Luthi: THE END OF THE CAMBODIA DAILY: A STRONGMAN CAN SHUT A NEWSPAPER BUT CAN’T SHUT UP A REPORTER

Bangkok Post
22 September 2017
THITINAN PONGSUDHIRAK: Cambodia leads regional authoritarianism

The Diplomat
22 September 2017
David Hutt: Is Cambodia Really Becoming a Dictatorship?

Al Jazeera
22 September 2017
Abby Seiff: Cambodia: Switching off independent radio stations

Foreign Policy
21 September 2017
Martin de Bourmont: While Cambodian Democracy Withers, Washington Stands Aloof

SEA GLOBE
21 September 2017
Paul Millar: Whatever happened to… Cambodia’s oil prospects?

The Nation
21 September 2017
Julia Wallace: Cambodia’s Crackdown: What Happens When an Autocrat Shutters a Newspaper

ifex.org
20 September 2017
Cambodia: a hostile environment for rights defenders

The Cambodia Daily
20 September 2017
BARTON BIGGS: Lessons from a past threat to The Cambodia Daily

Taipei Times
20 September 2017
Chen Wei-han: DPP denies intervention in Cambodian politics

Focus Taiwan
19 September 2017
Joseph Yeh: DPP denies intervening in Cambodian politics

Asia Times
18 September 2017
XUAN LOC DOAN: Cambodia’s Hun Sen a master of manipulative, ruthless rule

The Heritage Foundation
18 September 2017
Olivia Enos: Kem Sokha’s Arrest Yet Another Sign of Serious Backslides in Cambodian Democracy

The Sydney Morning Herald
18 September 2017
Alice Pung: Melbourne Festival 2017: Bangsokol evokes the horror of the Killing Fields

Slate.fr
18 Septembre 2017
Agnès De Féo: Au Cambodge, qui veut la peau de la culture des Chams de l’Imam San?

The Phnom Penh Post
18 September 2017
Ratha Panh: An open letter to Hun Sen

IndieWire
18 September 2017
Anne Thompson: Angelina Jolie Still Breaks the Rules: Why ‘First They Killed My Father’ is the Movie No Studio Would Make

The Hollywood Reporter
18 September 2017
Patrick Brzeski: Oscars: Cambodia Selects Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ for Foreign-Language Category

Financial Times
John Reed: Hun Sen tightens grip on power as Cambodia pivots to China

Global Times
17 September 2017
Liu Lulu: Cambodia justified in alertness to color revolution

South China Morning Post
17 September 2017
EDOUARD MORTON: HUN SEN COUNTS ON CHINA AS HE CRACKS DOWN IN CAMBODIA – HAS HE MISCALCULATED?

The Diplomat
17 September 2017
Sothie Keo: Democracy in Cambodia Did Not Die – It Has Yet to Exist

Press-Telegram (Long Beach, CA)
16 September 2017
Valerie Osier: Long Beach’s Khmer community marches to decry crackdown on free speech in Cambodia

The Diplomat
16 September 2017
George Wright: Cambodia’s Crumbling Democracy

Forbes
15 September 2017
Ralph Jennings: How Cambodia’s Teflon Leader Made A Career Of Blaming America

Pacific Standard
15 September 2017
Audrey Wilson: WATCHING ANGELINA JOLIE’S NEW CAMBODIAN FILM IN CAMBODIA

The New York Times
15 September 2017
Reuters: Cambodia PM Calls on U.S. to Withdraw Peace Corps Volunteers

Asia Times
14 September 2017
KONGKEA CHHOEUN: Should Western countries impose sanctions on Cambodia?

European Parliament
14 September 2017
Resolution of 14 September 2017 on Cambodia, notably the case of Kem Sokha
Résolution du 14 septembre 2017 sur le Cambodge, en particulier sur le cas de Kem Sokha

SEA GLOBE
14 September 2017
Colin Meyn and Mech Dara: Phnom Penh, “a city of garbage”

The New York Times
14 September 2017
MU SOCHUA: What the Latest Crackdown in Cambodia Means

The Hindu
14 September 2017
Editorial: Cambodian slide: on the Hun Sen regime

The Guardian
13 September 2017
Editorial: The Guardian view on Cambodia: a local crisis and a regional shift

UN Human Rights Council
[Released on] 13 September 2017
Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia

L A Weekly
13 September 2017
BILGE EBIRI: Angelina Jolie’s First They Killed My Father Is an Admirably Clear-Eyed Drama of Genocide

The New York Times
13 September 2017
CARA BUCKLEY: Angelina Jolie, Unbroken

U.S. Embassy in Cambodia
13 September 2017
Notice on the Suspension of Certain Non-Immigrant Visas

The New Yorker
Thomas Beller: The Devastating Shutdown of the Cambodia Daily

Asia Times
12 September 2017
David Hutt: Cambodian paper’s demise bad for business

The Orange County Register
12 September 2017
KEITH SHARON: Ex-felon donor faces deportation to Cambodia, minus one kidney

The Japan Times
12 September 2017
Editorial: Hun Sen flirts with dictatorship

Associated Press
12 September 2017
SOPHENG CHEANG: US ENVOY TO CAMBODIA DENIES PLOTTING TO OUST GOVERNMENT

RFA
12 September 2017
Statement of Radio Free Asia’s President on Cambodia

U.S. Embassy in Cambodia
12 September 2017
Opening Statement by Ambassador William A. Heidt at a Press Availability

AKP
11 September 2017
PM Hun Sen: NA Session Not to Revoke Immunity of Opposition Party Leader

The Wall Street Journal
11 September 2017
Editorial: The Difference China Makes

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
11 September 2017
paper entitled ” To Tell The Truth ”

Newsweek
11 September 2017
JOSHUA KURLANTZICK: WHILE TRUMP OBSESSES ABOUT NORTH KOREA, CAMBODIA AND BURMA ARE GOING TO HELL

The New York Times
11 September 2017
JULIA WALLACE: Cambodian Parliament: No Immunity for Prosecution of the Opposition Leader

VOA
11 September 2017
Sokummono Khan, Malis Tum: The Cambodian Space Project to Bring ‘60s-Inspired Psychedelic Rock to Washington

The Globe and Mail
11 September 2017
Reuters/Prak Chan Thul: Cambodia’s parliament votes to prosecute opposition leader Kem Sokha on treason charges

MEDIAFILE
11th September 2017
Shayna Greene: Cambodian Government Cracks Down on Media and Independent Organizations

The New York Times
11 September 2017
Editorial: Cambodia’s Democracy Betrayed

Reuters
11 September 2017
Prak Chan Thul, Matthew Tostevin: China’s big money trumps U.S. influence in Cambodia

Asian Correspondent
11 September 2017
Emma Richards: 5 signs of Cambodia’s ‘descent into outright dictatorship’

The Washington Post
10 September 2017
Holly Robertson: As Cambodia crackdown gathers steam, opposition wonders, ‘Who’s next?’

Los Angeles Times
10 September 2017
Frank Shyong: Cambodian Americans protest in Long Beach over the jailing of a political leader in their homeland

Bangkok Post
10 September 2017
KYODO NEWS: Cambodia Daily owner asks Hun Sen for help

The Nation
10 September 2017
Shaun Turton, Mech Dara: Why Cambodia is turning its back on the West

The Age
10 September 2017
Lindsay Murdoch: Cambodia’s Hun Sen crosses red line on road to ‘outright dictatorship’

The International Center for Not-For-Profit Law (ICNL)
9 September 2017
Civic Freedom Monitor: Cambodia

The Economist
9 September 2017
Cambodia’s government is preparing for elections with repression

Irish Examiner
9 September 2017
Fergal Quinn: The free press in Cambodia is under attack and we should be paying attention

Paris Match avec AFP
9 septembre 2017
Cambodge: le leader de l’opposition mis en examen, manifestation en France

The Guardian
9 September 2017
Marta Kasztelan: Cambodia’s YouTube provocateur: ‘Is a woman’s value measured by virginity?’

Roads & Kingdoms
8 September 2017
Sho Spaeth: GODDAMMIT, DEMOCRACY IS DYING IN DARKNESS IN CAMBODIA

Christian Science Monitor
8 September 2017
Nathan A. Thompson: In Cambodia Daily’s shuttering, ill winds for country’s democracy?

Forum-Asia
8 September 2017
Civil society calls on the UN Human Rights Council to address Cambodia’s human rights crisis

City Metric
8 September 2017
Darren Anderson: Between 2008 and 2012, a vast lake in Phnom Penh was made to vanish. The resulting protests changed Cambodia

The Diplomat
8 September 2017
David Hutt: Could the End of Cambodia’s Opposition Be a Good Thing?

YouTube
Yeay Chas: Mr. James Sok talk show about Mr. Hun Sen at future

The Daily Beast
8 September 2017
Eric Pape: Trump Attacks the Press, Cambodia Winds Up Collateral Damage

Reuters
8 September 2017
Matthew Tostevin: Control of information shifts up a gear in run-up to Cambodia election

Bangkok Post
7 September 2017
Editorial: Grave danger in Cambodia

The Washington Post
7 September 2017
Monovithya Kem and Samathida Kem: Why the Cambodian government arrested our father in the middle of the night

Financial Times
FT View: Hun Sen’s Cambodia slides into despotism

The Wire
7 September 2017
HARISH MEHTA: By Muzzling the Press and the Opposition, Cambodia’s Ruling Regime Has Exposed Its Fears

The New York Review of Books
7 September 2017
John Saunders: The Crackdown in Cambodia

The Washington Post
6 September 2017
Editorial: Cambodia’s ruthless leader is stepping up his authoritarian game
Sopheng Cheang: Cambodian PM: I’ll rule 10 more years; ‘don’t be jealous’

OC Weekly
6 September 2017
MATT COKER: Cambodia Town Film Festival Shows a Nation Still in Recovery

Channel News Asia
6 September 2017
Pichayada Promchertchoo: Cambodia tells US to back off after charging opposition leader

RFA
6 September 2017
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Vows to Lead For One More Decade

“New Year Baby”
Charles Vogl: My story

Columbia Journalism Review
5 September 2017
Holly Robertson: Fearless newspaper meets its end as Cambodia clamps down on free press

The Conversation
5 September 2017
Rhona Smith: Cambodia Daily closure a major blow for freedom of information and expression in the country

Reuters
5 September 2017
Prak Chan Thul, Matthew Tostevin: Cambodia charges opposition leader with treason

Council on Foreign Relations
5 September 2017
Joshua Kurlantzick: Just When You Thought Southeast Asia’s Democratic Regression Couldn’t Get Any Worse …

Le Monde
5 septembre 2017
Editorial: Le Cambodge sur le chemin de la dictature

The New York Times
5 September 2017
JULIA WALLACE: Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

Phnom Penh Post
4 September 2017
Ananth Baliga and Niem Chheng: Daily silenced after 24 years

Amnesty International
4 September 2017
Cambodia: Closure of newspaper points to escalating crackdown

Le Monde
4 septembre 2017
Harold Thibault: Le pouvoir cambodgien fait emprisonner le chef de l’opposition

GOV.UK – Foreign & Commonwealth Office and The Rt Hon Mark Field MP
4 September 2017
Press Release: Minister for Asia concerned about arrest of Kem Sokha in Cambodia

The Times
4 September 2017
Catherine Philp: Cambodia Daily survived tanks but not descent into outright dictatorship

OHCHR
4 September 2017
Comment by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein on arrest of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha

Reuters
4 September 2017
Prak Chan Thul: Cambodian leader gets China’s backing as West condemns crackdown

Associated Press
4 September 2017
TODD PITMAN: CAMBODIA PAPER IS LATEST VICTIM OF INTENSIFYING CRACKDOWN

Khmer Times
4 September 2017
May Titthara: How the nation became a graveyard for democracy

Reuters
4 September 2017
Matthew Tostevin: Backed to the wall, Cambodia’s opposition urges world to help

VOA
3 September 2017
Neou Vannarin: Videos of Blinged-out Weddings of Cambodia’s Elite May Damage Ruling Party’s Brand

France 24
3 septembre 2017
Cambodge : le pouvoir veut faire place nette avant les élections de 2018

CNN
3 September 2017
Kevin Liptak: Exclusive: Read the Inauguration Day letter Obama left for Trump

VOA
3 September 2017
Sun Narin: A Small Paper with a Big Impact

Le Monde
3 septembre 2017
AFP: Cambodge : accusé de trahison, le chef de l’opposition emprisonné

Forum-Asia
3 September 2017
Cambodia: FORUM-ASIA Demands Immediate Release of Kem Sokha

U.S. Department of State
3 September 2017
Press Statement: Arrest of Cambodian Opposition Leader

Reuters
3 September 2017
Matthew Tostevin, Prak Chan Thul: Cambodian paper shuts with ‘dictatorship’ parting shot

NPR
3 September 2017
ASHLEY WESTERMAN: Cambodia Daily Newspaper To Close After 24 Years

The New York Times
2 September 2017
: Cambodia Arrests Opposition Leader, Accusing Him of Treason

The Jakarta Post
2 September 2017
Bagus Saragih: ASEAN legislators ‘alarmed by Cambodia crackdown’

NPR
2 September 2017
ASHLEY WESTERMAN: In Cambodia, A Crackdown On Independent Media Threatens A Respected Daily

Foreign Policy
2 September 2017
Tej Parikh: The Cambodia Daily Is Dying in Darkness

The Diplomat
2 September 2017
David Hutt: Cambodia’s Worrying War on Free Speech

New Mandala
1 September 2017
KONGKEA CHHOEUN: Explaining the crackdown in Cambodia

CNN
31 August 2017
Nathan A. Thompson: Cambodia’s dream of democracy is dying

Devex
31 August 2017
Colin Meyn: Cambodia’s controversial NGO law snares its first victim

The Washington Post
30 August 2017
Holly Robertson: Suddenly it’s open season on the press in Cambodia

L’Express
30 août 2017
AFP: Cambodge: le Premier ministre distribue des billets aux ouvrières enceintes

Mirror
30 August 2017
ROSIE HOPEGOOD: Everything you need to know about Cambodia from jungle temples to the hidden magic in the city streets

Le Petit Journal
29 août 2017
Jim Baldy: PORTRAIT – Joannès Rivière: «C’est le pays qui fait la cuisine des chefs»

Global Witness
29 August 2017
Press Release: GLOBAL WITNESS CONDEMNS SWEEPING ATTACK ON INDEPENDENT VOICES IN CAMBODIA

The Interpreter
28 August 2017
Milton Osborne: Hun Sen prepares for next year’s national elections

The Cambodia Daily
28 August 2017
Cambodian Government To Shutter Newspaper, Seize AssetsPROTECT PRESS FREEDOM, END THE ATTACK ON THE CAMBODIA DAILY

Asian Correspondent
28 August 2017
Max Walden: Cambodia: Rights groups denounce Hun Sen’s crackdown against media, NGOs

The Diplomat
26 August 2017
John Sifton: The Cambodia Conundrum: What Is Wrong With Hun Sen?

Courrier International
25 août 2017
Cambodge. Le pouvoir n’a plus l’intention de “jouer le jeu” démocratique

Southeast Asian Press Alliance
25 August 2017
[Cambodia] Government launches systematic attack on independent media

UN News Center
25 August 2017
Cambodia: UN human rights wing concerned by media, civil society curbs
Cambodge : l’ONU appelle au respect des droits à la liberté d’association et d’expression

European Union – External Action
25 August 2017
Statement by the Spokesperson on restrictions of political space in Cambodia

HRW
25 August 2017
Cambodia: Onslaught on Media, Rights Groups

Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
25 August 2017
Cambodian government cracks down on independent media outlets

Yale University – Yale Global Online
24 August 2017
Tong Vu: Vietnam and China: Balancing Geography and History

TIME
24 August 2017
Joseph Hincks: Outcry at Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Bid to Shut Down Independent Media

The Straits Times
24 August 2017
AFP: Cambodia shuts down US non-government body, expels foreign staff

U.S. Senate
24 August 2017
STATEMENT BY SASC CHAIRMAN JOHN McCAIN ON CAMBODIAN GOVERNMENT ORDERING NDI STAFF TO LEAVE COUNTRY

Financial Times
24 August 2017
Demetri Sevastopulo: US takes aim at Cambodia over attacks on NGO and media

BBC News
24 August 2014
Kevin Ponniah: Cambodia leader tells critics to pay up, or pack up

Asian Correspondent
23 August 2014
Michael Hart: As Khmer Rouge trials near end, is Cambodia ready to move on from its dark past?

The Guardian
23 August 2017
Oliver Holmes: Cambodia threatens purge of critical media and US charity

NDI
23 August 2017
Statement on Cambodian Government’s Decision to Shut Down NDI’s Office in Cambodia

DW
23 August 2017
Ate Hoekstra: Will car-hailing services make tuk tuks irrelevant in Cambodia?

The New York Times
23 August 2017
HANNAH BEECH: Cambodia Orders Expulsion of Foreign Staff Members With American Nonprofit

VOA
18 August 2017
Hul Reaksmey: Prime Minister Hun Sen Will Inevitably Be Replaced: Rights Observers

Financial Times
18 August 2017
Michael Peel: ‘I was brave but I’m paying for it’ — Cambodian film-maker Rithy Panh

Reuters
18 August 2018
U.N. envoy says Cambodia ‘approaching precipice’ amid threats of violence

RFA
16 August 2017
Neang Ieng and Sovannarith Keo: Interview: ‘Winning is Based on The Judgment of the Public’

The Diplomat
16 August 2017
Luke Hunt: What’s Behind the New Cambodia-Laos Border Crisis?

DW
16 August 2017
Bormey Chy: Why female migrants are prone to sexual abuse in Cambodia

Christian Science Monitor
15 August 2017
Karen J. Coates, and Jerry Redfern: In call to cancel debt, Cambodia asks: When war is over, who cleans up the mess?

Asia Times
14 August 2017
David Hutt: What’s behind Cambodia-Laos’ border flare-up?

GLOBAL WITNESS
11 August 2017
Blog: “I BECAME VICTIMISED BECAUSE MY LAND WAS GRABBED, AND NOW I’VE BEEN PUT IN PRISON.”

The Cambodia Daily
9 August 2017
George Wright: Hun Sen’s Violent Rhetoric: Will Words Become Deeds in 2018?

University of Nottingham/Institute of Asia & Pacific Studies
8 August 2017
IAPS Dialogue
Kosal Path: EMPATHY & GENOCIDE EDUCATION IN CAMBODIA: A PERSONAL REFLECTION

Phnom Penh Post
8 August 2017
Erin Handley: Chevron to hand over Kem Ley files

Le Monde
7 août 2017
Carolina Rosendorn: Au Cambodge, les ONG dans le viseur du premier ministre

New York Times
4 August 2017
WILLIAM GRIMESAUG: Richard Dudman, Reporter at Center of History’s Churn, Dies at 99

SEA GLOBE
4 August 2017
Colin Meyn: Freed Cambodian human rights activist on a conflicting life after prison

TEDx TALKS
TEDx Foggy Bottom
Greg Stanton – The Call

HUFFPOST
29 July 2017
Carla Herreria: Angelina Jolie Refutes Vanity Fair’s Portrayal Of Controversial Auditions

SEA GLOBE
28 July 2017
Colin Meyn: Japanese scholar wins ‘Asia’s Nobel’ for Angkor Wat restoration work

Vanity Fair
26 July 2017
EVGENIA PERETZ: Angelina Jolie Solo

DW
26 July 2017
Bormey Chy: Cambodian school made of rubbish

Bangkok Post/AP
21 July 2017
Researchers in Cambodia find nest of rare riverine bird

International Public Policy Review (IPP Review)
20 July 2017
VEASNA VAR & SOVINDA PO: The Challenges Facing Cambodian Foreign Policy

The Diplomat
17 July 2017
Tom Fawthrop: Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Mission Accomplished?

Amnesty International
17 juillet 2017
Thierry Cruvellier: AU CAMBODGE, LES VOLEURS DE TERRE BIENTÔT JUGÉS

Moody’s Investors Srvice
17 July 2017
Cambodian Government’s Political Focus Downplays Institutional Reform, a Credit Negative

The Cambodia Daily
17 July 2017
BEN SOKHEAN AND BEN PAVIOUR: Hun Sen Hits Back at Rumors of Illness With Selfies, City Drives

The Guardian
14 July 2017
Nikil Saval: Globalisation: the rise and fall of an idea that swept the world

The Economist
13 July 2017
Don’t say a word – How powerful people use criminal-defamation laws to silence their

Playboy
12 July 2017
Janelle Bitker: How Cambodia’s First Pop Star is Bringing Freedom to a War Torn Country

NBC News
12 July 2017
KRISTI EATON: Decades After Cambodian Genocide, Nonprofit Works to Revitalize Traditional Music

VOA
11 July 2017
ម៉ែន គឹមសេង: ខ្មែរ​-អាមេរិកាំង​ជួបជុំ​ដើម្បី​ពង្រឹង​សហគមន៍ ​និង​ជួយ​ដល់​ពលរដ្ឋ​កម្ពុជា

Mongabay
11 July 2017
Logan Connor: Trump’s policies could put Cambodia’s environment on chopping block

The Christian Science Monitor
11 July 2017
Peter A. Ford: Economy races ahead, but land-rights turmoil leaves many Cambodians behind

IFEX YouTube
10 July 2017
The Killing of Kem Ley, Cambodia

GLOBAL WITNESS
10 July 2017
ONE YEAR SINCE KEM LEY’S ASSASSINATION, WE’RE LEFT WITH MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

UNESCO
8 July 2017
Temple Zone of Sambor Prei Kuk, Archaeological Site of Ancient Ishanapura

UNHCHR
7 July 2017
Press briefing note on Turkey, China and Cambodia

The Phnom Penh Post
5 July 2017
Alex Willemyns: Making of a strongman: In July 1997, Hun Sen took full control of the country – and his party

Le Monde
5 Juillet 2017
Adrien Le Gal: Cambodge : il y a vingt ans, le « coup de force » de Hun Sen

The Cambodia Daily
3 July 2017
VAN ROEUN: Reeling From Detention, Adhoc 5 Stay Defiant

The Diplomat
30 June 2017
David Hutt: Why Cambodia’s Future Could Be Shaped By Its Senate

AP
29 June 2017
Sopheng Cheang: Cambodian court releases 5 human rights workers on bail

The Phnom Penh Post
23 June 2017
James Reddick: Q&A: Chris Kelly on A Cambodian Spring

The Diplomat
20 June 2017
David Hutt: Stop Hyping Up Sam Rainsy’s Return to Cambodia

Asian Nikkei Review
20 June 2017
Michael Vatikiotis: Southeast Asia’s democracy deficit erodes bottom line

New Eastern Outlook – NEO
19 June 2017
Dmitry Mosyakov: Local Elections in Cambodia: Wake Up Call for the Ruling Elites?

Phnom Penh Post
19 June 2017
Alex Willemyns and Mech Dara: ‘We have to keep moving’: Sokha speaks about Kingdom’s recent election – and the next

Bangkok Post
18 June 2017
CHAIYOT YONGCHAROENCHAI: Bordering on a bootleg crisis

Nikkei Asian Review
15 June 2017
SIMON ROUGHNEEN: Cambodian local elections point to a tight parliamentary race

Human Rights Watch
12 June 2017
Cambodia: Commune Elections Not Free or Fair

Bangkok Post
12 June 2017
ONLINE REPORTERS: Fake Likes probe turns to local operators

The New York Times
12 June 2017
Eric Anthamatten: Trump and the True Meaning of ‘Idiot’

Bangkok Post
11 June 2017
APINYA WIPATAYOTIN: Mission to translate old Khmer scripture complete

Bangkok Post
9 June 2017
REUTERS: Cambodian opposition alleges ‘smear’ campaign

Phnom Penh Post
9 June 2017
Rinith Taing: The mysterious ‘foreigners’ carved into the temples of Sambor Prei Kuk

The New York Times
9 June 2017
WILLIAM H. CHICKERING: A War of Their Own

The Economist
8 June 2017
Hun Sen’s grip starts to slip

SOUTH EAST ASIA GLOBE
7 June 2017
Euan Black: How Cambodia’s record deforestation is driving crippling drought

The Phnom Penh Post
6 June 2017
Andrew Nachemson, Soth Koemsoeun and Niem Chheng: CPP lead in popular vote slim, say NGOs

Foreign Policy
2 June 2017
SEBASTIAN STRANGIO: Cambodian Democracy Makes Its Last Gasps

The Washington Post
1 June 2017
Craig Timberg: ‘Something fishy’ is going on with Trump’s Twitter account, researchers say

ASEAN Parliamentarians For Human Rights (APHR)
31 May 2017
Citing concerns about electoral environment, ASEAN parliamentarians call for a peaceful and open vote in Cambodia

SEA GLOBE
30 May 2017
Hemmunind Hou: The Cambodian fashion designers finding treasure in trash

Transparency International
30 May 2017
Cambodia: Courts of injustice

The Cambodia Daily
29 May 2017
Michael G. Karnavas: Opinion: Violent Threats Could Spur ICC Investigation

Channel News Asia
28 May 2017
Jack Board: A kingdom’s great disruptors: Cambodia’s start-ups seeking success

Lowell Sun
23 May 2017
Alana Melanson: Lowell-area Cambodians to play for national team in S.E. Asian games

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VOD Hot News
25 May 2017
ពេជ្រ ចំរុង: លោក ហ៊ុន សែន ថាបើផ្ទេរអំណាច គឺផ្ទេរឲ្យកូនចៅលោក មិនមែនបក្សប្រឆាំង

The Cambodia Daily
26 May 2017
Kuch Naren: Hun Sen Goes on Tirade Against Opponents

The Diplomat
24 May 2017
Marc Pinol: Cambodia’s Commune Elections: A Barometer for 2018

SOUTHEAST ASIA GLOBE
22 May 2017
Euan Black: Cambodia’s National Police retract report linking Royal Group tycoon to illegal logging

AL Jazeera
Love in time of conflict
Then and now: Finding love during the Khmer Rouge

Phnom Penh Post
19 May 2017
ANANTH BALIGA AND MECH DARA: Cambodia’s commune elections: A political tipping point

The Diplomat
19 May 2017
David Hutt: The Fall of Cambodia’s Patron-Client Politics?

The Cambodia Daily
19 May 2017
MATT SURRUSCO: Foreign Homeland

Center For Strategic & International Studies – CSIS – Asia Program
18 May 2017
Murray Hiebert: Hun Sen Distances Cambodia from Washington in Run-up to Elections

SOUTHEAST ASIA GLOBE
17 May 2017
Euan Black: Cambodian National Police accuse top tycoon of role in large scale environmental crime

La Croix
16 mai 2017
Éléonore Sok-Halkovich: La démocratie en souffrance au Cambodge

Asia Times
13 May 2017
DAVID HUTT: Cambodia looks to China for ‘governance’ guidance

The Diplomat
13 May 2017
Luke Hunt: Hun Sen Slams Cambodia’s ‘Foreign Servants’ at World Economic Forum

Asian Correspondent
12 May 2017
Cambodia: Hun Sen uses forum session to lash out at media

Reuters
12 May 2017
Prak Chan Thul and Matthew Tostevin: ANALYSIS: Fears of U.S. drift on rights under Trump as Cambodia suffers crackdown

The Diplomat
12 May 2017
David Hutt: What We Don’t Know About the Cambodian Opposition’s Financial Plans

The Cambodia Daily
12 May 2017
MATT SURRUSCO: Hun Sen Scolds Media During Forum Session

EAST ASIA FORUM
12 May 2017
Suos Yara: The way forward for the ASEAN Community

VOA
10 May 2017
Ten Soksreinith: Victor in Illinois Is First Cambodian-American Woman Elected to US Public Office

DW
10 May 2017
Manuela Kasper-Claridge: Cambodia: New Asian tiger thrives amid autocracy

The Diplomat
10 May 2017
Luke Hunt: Why Is Cambodia’s Illegal Logging Problem Still Rolling On?

SOUTHEAST ASIA GLOBE
9 May 2017
Colin Meyn: The price of loyalty: is Cambodia’s ruling party losing its traditional strongholds?

PBS Newshour
7 May 2017
Deported from U.S., Cambodians fight immigration policy

Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
May 2017
REPEAT OFFENDER – Vietnam’s persistent trade in illegal timber

CNN Heroes
5 May 2017
Meghan Dunn: How hotel soap can save lives

National Geographic
Voices-Fulbright-Nat Geo
5 May 2017
Ishan Thakore: Island-hopping in the Mekong River

CNN Travel
4 May 2017
Georgia McCafferty and Dan Tham: Food for the soul: Resurrecting Cambodia’s forgotten cuisine

L’Eventail
Mai 2017
Christophe Vachaudez: Portrait: Le Prince Sisowath Ravivaddhana Monipong

CNN STYLE
2 May 2017
Andrea Lo: Why these extraordinary Cambodian buildings need to be saved

The Diplomat
27 April 2017
Peter Maguire: Youk Chhang: A Cambodian National Treasure

Asian Human Rights Commission
25 April 2017
Ou Ritthy: CAMBODIA: Prime Minister Hun Sen Was A Successful Wartime Leader But Certainly Not One In Peacetime Cambodia

OSHU – School of Medicine
25 April 2017
Amanda Waldroupe: Dr. SreyRam Kuy selected for 2017 Early Career Achievement Award

The Nation, Bangkok
25 April 2017
Supalak Ganjanakhundee: Is Cambodia ready for SE Asia’s tallest building?

SEA GLOBE
24 April 2017
Holly Robertson: Whatever happened to… Somaly Mam?

The New York Times
The Daily 360
Video: Genocide’s Legacy: A Museum in a Khmer Rouge Prison

Channel NewsAsia
23 April 2017
Jack Board: The curious case of North Korea in Cambodia

Bangkok Post
23 April 2017
PARITTA WANGKIAT: Pulling the plug on power in Cambodia

The New York Times
22 April 2017
TIM ARANGO: ‘Sherlock Holmes of Armenian Genocide’ Uncovers Lost Evidence

The Diplomat
22 April 2017
Ou Virak and Rupert Abbott: Why the US Must Forgive Cambodia’s War Debt

The New York Times
21 April 2017
David Brooks: The Crisis of Western Civ

Hakai Magazine
19 April 2017
Matt Blomberg: Cambodia’s Dirty Business

VOA
19 April 2017
Men Kimseng: Former Cambodian Diplomat Finds Honor as Son Ranks in U.S. Navy

The Huffington Post
17 April 2017
Sothy Eng: What Arts Education Could Offer to Cambodia 42 Years After the Khmer Rouge Regime

Le Figaro
17 avril 2017
Sophie Guerrier: 17 avril 1975 : Phnom Penh tombe aux mains des Khmers rouges

Observer
12 April 2017
Noah Charney: The Case of the Missing Feet: Antiquities and Terrorism in Cambodia

Channel News Asia
12 April 2017
Jack Board: Cambodia lashes out in ‘piece de resistance’ against the West

VOA
12 April 2017
Soksreinith Ten: After 40 Years, Broadcaster Brings Cambodian Story to a Close

YouTube
A Cambodian Spring” – Exclusive Trailer
IndieWire
Juan Diaz: ‘A Cambodian Spring’ Trailer: Hot Docs Selection Explores Chaos That Led to Cambodian Uprising

The New York Times
10 April 2017
Seth Mydans: 11 Years, $300 Million and 3 Convictions. Was the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Worth It?

Global Voices
7 April 2017
Mong Palatino: Southeast Asian Leaders Use ‘Fake News’ to Justify Tighter Media Laws and Intimidate Their Critics

The Phnom Penh Post
7 April 2017
Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon and Kong Meta: A ‘crime’ against local history: Cambodia’s lost manuscripts

The Cambodia Daily
7 April 2017
BEN PAVIOUR: Surveillance State

SOUTHEAST ASIA GLOBE
4 April 2017
Logan Connor: New Facebook account turns tables on Cambodia’s ruling party with apparently leaked photos of first family

The Phnom Penh Post
4 April 2017
Ananth Baliga and Mech Dara: Leaks take aim at Huns: FB page posts photos of PM’s family, gov’t documents

The Cambodia Daily
4 April 2017
Aun Pheap: Kith Meng Firm Offers Bribe to Delete Article

The New York Times
2 April 2017
Julia Wallace: Cambodia Appeals to Trump to Forgive War-Era Debt

South China Morning Post
1 April 2017
Luke Hunt: WHY DOES SUNNY CAMBODIA ATTRACT SUCH SHADY CHARACTERS?

Counter Punch
29 March 2017
MATTHEW STEVENSON: Letter From Phnom Penh

National Endowment for the Arts
NEA ARTS MAGAZINE
Monica Sok: The Weaver in My Poems – A Remembrance of Em Bun

COMFREL
March 2017
Report on Democracy, Elections and Reform in Cambodia 2016

Mekong Review
March 2017
Sebastian Strangio: Meet Kill

Asia & The Pacific Policy Forum
17 March 2017
Sorpong Peou: Cambodia: towards single party dictatorship?

The Cambodia Daily
17 March 2017
BEN SOKHEAN AND BEN PAVIOUR: At Capital Coffee Shops, Political Conversations Tainted by Fear

NBC News
16 March 2017
Documentary: NBC Asian America Presents: Deported

MONGABAY
16 March 2017
Rod Harbinson: CAMBODIA’S SAMBOR DAM PLANS CAUSE CONTROVERSY AS PUBLIC LEFT IN THE DARK

Nikkei Asian Review
16 March 2017
KENJI KAWASE: The ‘Chinazation’ of Cambodia
David Boyle: Cambodian ‘democracy’ is on its last legs
KEN KOYANAGI: Hollow growth leaves Cambodians wanting more
SOPHAL EAR: International donors must call Cambodia out on corruption

BBC
14 March 2017
Jonathan Glancey: Culture – The surprising discovery at Angkor Wat

BBC
13 March 2017
In Pictures, Photographs by Charles Fox: Cambodia’s female construction workers

The Diplomat
11 March 2017
David Hutt: Rising Intimidation in Cambodian Politics Calls for Urgent Solidarity

The Cambodia Daily
10 March 2017
HANNAH HAWKINS AND BEN SOKHEAN: A Prisoner’s Education

Transparency International
7 March 2017
Surveys: CORRUPTION IN ASIA PACIFIC: WHAT 20,000+ PEOPLE TOLD UShttp://www.transparency.org/news/feature/corruption_in_asia_pacific_what_20000_people_told_us

SEA GLOBE
7 March 2017
Paul Millar: The tangled web: how leaks, lies and fake news took over Cambodian politics

The New York Times
3 March 2017
Sean Fear: The Feud That Sank Saigon

Los Angeles Times
3 March 2017
Frank Shyong: How Cambodians became the kings of beloved South L.A. fried chicken chain

Asia Times
3 March 2017
David Hutt: Political risks threaten economic gains in Cambodia

City Pages
2 March 2017
Susan Du: Cambodia doesn’t want Minnesotans if it means splitting up families

The Cambodia Daily
2 March 2017
ZSOMBOR PETER: Hun Sen’s Family Caught Up In Hundreds of Leaked Texts
BEN PAVIOUR : Link Alleged Between Newspaper, Hun Manith, NagaCorp CEO
Phnom Penh Post
Ananth Baliga and Mech Dara: Purported leaks distributed

Daily Mail
1 March 2017
GEORGE KNOWLES: EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie buys stunning secret hideaway in remote Cambodian jungle to expand private paradise she bought from Khmer Rouge ‘mass murderer’

Phnom Penh Post
1 March 2017
Mech Dara and Shaun Turton: ‘Too many stars in the sky’: For RCAF insiders, the proliferation of generals can be embarrassing

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Issue: March 2017
RABEA BRAUER, FREDERICK KLIEM: Coercive Water-Diplomacy. Playing Politics with the Mekong

Asian Correspondent
28 February
Reuters: Cambodia: Hun Sen teams up with Trump against ‘anarchic’ media

Cambodge Info
26 February 2017
Lettre à sa Majesté Très Respectée NORODOM SIHAMONI, Roi du Cambodge

Reuters
24 February 2017
Alisa Tang and Prak Chan Thul: Amid land grabs and evictions, Cambodia jails leading activist

The New York Times
24 February 2017
Julia Wallace: The Bucolic Life of a Cambodian Grandmother Accused of Mass Killings

CNN
24 February 2017
Errol Louis: Why punishing the media will backfire on Trump

The Cambodia Daily
24 February 2017
Michelle Vachon: Reawakening

The Washington Post
24 February 2017
Lee Morgenbesser: Cambodia’s leader just cracked down on the opposition, and the consequences will be dramatic

The Cambodia Daily
23 February 2017
BEN SOKHEAN AND HANNAH HAWKINS: Student Defiant Upon Release After ‘Color Revolution’ Remark
Phnom Penh Post
Lay Samean and Ananth Baliga: Raiya released as Adhoc officials mark 300 days

The Cambodia Daily
22 February 2017
Lao Mong Hay: Opinion: Beware of the Fuhrer’s Fury

Journal Democratization
21 February 2017
Lee Morgenbesser: Misclassification on the Mekong: the origin of Huns Sen’s personalist dictatorship

The Cambodia Daily
21 February 2017
Kuch Naren: Illness Sidelines CPP’s Sok An and Cheam Yeap

Mekong Review
February 2017
Sebastian Strangio: Power and democracy

Asian Parliamentarians for Human Rights
19 February 2017
ASEAN MPs decry political parties bill as “death knell for democracy” in Cambodia

BBC Travel
18 February 2017
Dave Stamboulis: Cambodia’s hidden jungle temple

DW
17 February 2017
Ate Hoekstra: Movies and books help Cambodia deal with its trauma

NPR
16 February 2017
KATYA CENGEL: Exiled From U.S., Cambodian Felons Use American Know-How To Get Ahead

The Guardian
15 February 2017
Lauren Crothers: Safe toilets help flush out disease in Cambodia’s floating communities

The Atlantic – CITYLAB
14 February 2017
Erin Hale: Phnom Penh’s Canal of Unpleasant Fragrances

World Politics Review
13 February 2017
PRASHANTH PARAMESWARAN: The Price of Hun Sen’s Opposition Crackdown in Cambodia

Los Angeles Times
10 February 2017
Jonathan Kaiman: A human rights activist is slain in Cambodia, and the mystery leads all the way to California

The Cambodia Daily
10 February 2017
Aisha Down: Turf War

NBC News
10 February 2017
BENJY SARLIN: Donald Trump’s Feud With Nordstrom Sparks Warnings From Ethics Experts

Letter from US Congressmen Allen Lowenthal and Steve Chabot
9 February 2017

Asia Times
9 February 2017
David Hutt: In Duterte’s footsteps, Hun Sen launches a drug war

The Phnom Penh Post
6 February 2017
Mech Dara and Shaun Turton: Banh warns of ‘hurricane’ of change

Freedom House
January 2017
Report: Freedom in the World 2017
Score for Cambodia

The Muse
30 January 2017
Glynn Pogue: ‘This Is Real Freedom of Speech’: Young Cambodian Women Forge a New World Through Rap

investvine
28 January 2017
Arno Maierbrugger: Cambodia, Indonesia Near Bottom Of World Talent Index, a report by INSEAD

The Diplomat
25 January 2017
Nguyen Minh Quang: The Resurgence of China-Vietnam Ties

Cambodian Center for Human Rights
January 2017
Report: CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS FOR KHMER KROM IN CAMBODIA

United Nations Human Rights
25 January 2017
Press Release: Cambodia: UN experts call for the immediate release of five human rights defenders

The New York Times
24 January 2017
JANE PERLEZ and CHRIS BUCKLEY: Trump Injects High Risk Into Relations With China

The Cambodia Daily
23 January 2017
George Wright: Hun Sen ‘Unpredictable and Easily Angered,’ CIA Files Say

Asia Times
21 January 2017
ANTONIO GRACEFFO: Why Chinese cash will continue to feed Phnom Penh bubble

Newsweek
19 January 2017
YIGAL CHAZAN: TRUMP’S ISOLATIONISM WILL ALLOW CHINA TO DOMINATE SOUTHEAST ASIA

Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT)
16 January 2017
The situation before the Commune Council/Sangkat Election 2017 in Cambodia

CNN
16 January 2017
Stephen Collinson: Tumult surrounds Trump days ahead of his presidency

The New York Times
15 January 2017
Amanda Hess: Trump, Twitter and the Art of His Deal

Mongabay
13 January 2017
Morgan Erickson-Davis: NASA releases images of dramatic deforestation in Cambodia

The Diplomat
12 January 2017
David Hutt: The Real Danger of Cambodia’s ‘Gay King’ Episode

Human Rights Watch
World Report 2017: Cambodia – Events of 2016

Southeast Asia Globe
12 January 2017
Holly Robertson: Sizing up Hun Manith, the enigmatic son of Cambodia’s prime minister

Al Jazeera
101 East: Cambodia’s Deadly Politics (Video):https://www.youtube.com/embed/fSRz_rhH8LA

The Guardian
11 January 2017
Julian Borger: Among the ghosts of Cambodia’s killing fields: on the set of Angelina Jolie’s new film

The New York Times
9 January 2017
Lawrence Downes: Trump, Trapped in His Lies, Keeps Lying. Sad!

The New Yorker
9 January 2017
Kelefa Sanneh: INTELLECTUALS FOR TRUMP

The Cambodia Daily
6 January 2017
Ben Paviour: Social Anxiety

Foreign Policy
5 January 2017
Tanner Greer: Cambodia Wants China as Its Neighborhood Bully

The New York Times
5 January 2017
Robert Leonard: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

Foreign Policy
4 January 2017
Alexander Hinton: Cambodians Need Somebody to Speak for Their Ghosts

U.S. Department of State
OFFICE TO MONITOR AND COMBAT TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
2017 Trafficking in Persons Report

CNNMoney.com
30 December 2016
Heather Long: Meet Khe Hy, the Oprah for Millennials

NBCNews
Bill Neely
28 December 2016 – Analysis: Russia’s Vladimir Putin Poses Challenge to Donald Trump Administration
26 December 2016 – Analysis: China Is Both Threat, Opportunity for Donald Trump
27 December 2016 – Analysis: What Will Trump Do About North Korea’s Kim Jong Un?

Associated Press
24 December 2016
Denis D. Gray: Cambodia’s explanation for killing of activist draws doubt

The New York Times
16 December 2016
STEVEN LEVITSKY and DANIEL ZIBLATT: Is Donald Trump a Threat to Democracy?

NBC NEWS
14 December 2016
BENJY SARLIN: Trump Feud Over Russia Intel Raises Deeper Concerns, Experts Say

The Phnom Penh Post
6 December 2016
Alex Willemyns and Vong Sokheng: Analyst in CPP’s crosshairs

Associated Press
2 December 2016
HUN SEN STIRS POLITICAL POT WITH PARDON FOR DEPUTY OPPOSITION LEADER

American Thinker
1 December 2016
Michael Benge: China Builds Deep Water Seaport in Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand

The New York Times
29 November 2016
Amanda Taub: How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’

The Washington Post
28 November 2016
Jenna Johnson: ‘I will give you everything.’ Here are 282 of Donald Trump’s campaign promises.

The Diplomat
26 November 2016
David Hutt: The Trouble With Cambodia’s Largest Opposition Party

The Conversation
26 November 2016
Martin Polkinghorne: Angkor replicated: how Cambodian workshops produce fake masterpieces, and get away with it

The Interpreter
26 November 2016
Milton Osborne: Cambodia: Would Hun Sen’s CPP accept electoral defeat?

The New York Times
24 November 2016
Lundy Khoy, Op-Ed Contributor: Mr. Trump: I Am an Immigrant With a Criminal Record

The New York Times
23 November 2016
Charles M. Blow: No, Trump, We Can’t Just Get Along

American Bar Association
November 2016
Trial Observation Report in the case of Ny Chakrya

OZY.com
16 November 2016
Daniel Malloy: THE YOUNG CAMBODIAN PLOTTING REGIME CHANGE FROM AFAR

La Presse
14 Novembre 2016
KARIM BENESSAIEH: Une étudiante montréalaise perce le marché noir des faux «J’aime»

The Daily Wire
6 November 2016
SPYRIDON MITSOTAKIS: Communist Dictator Who Destroyed Democracy In Cambodia Endorses Trump

Channel News Asia
5 November 2016
Jack Board: Enough of the gods: Stepping into Cambodia’s political crosshairs

The Diplomat
4 November 2016
David Hutt: Is Cambodia’s Expanded Minimum Wage Really a Good Idea?A closer look at a proposal.

The Washington Post
3 November 2016
Paul Waldman: Republicans are now vowing Total War. And the consequences could be immense.

Reuters, 3 November 2016
Cambodian PM Hun Sen backs U.S. Republican candidate Trump
The Cambodia Daily, 4 November 2016
Hun Sen Endorses Trump—for World Peace
The Phnom Penh Post, 4 November 2016
‘I want Trump to win’: PM

Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review
Volume 5, Number 2, pp. 534-564 (Article – Published by University of Hawai’i Press)
November 2016
Vũ Đức Liêm: Vietnam at the Khmer Frontier: Boundary Politics, 1802–1847

The Atlantic
November 2016
The Editors: Against Donald Trump

The Cambodia Daily
31 October 2016
Aun Pheap: Vietnam Won’t Stop Border Building, Minister Says

The New York Times
28 October 2016
David Brooks: The Conservative Intellectual Crisis

Nikkei Asian Review
23 October 2014
Sebastian Strangio: In Cambodia, everything is different but nothing has changed

Facebook
Nate Thayer at George mason University on the 25th Anniversary fo the Paris Peace Agreements

CNN
20 October 2016
Steve Vladeck: Could Donald Trump legally challenge the presidential election?

Associated Press
19 October 2016
Stephen Wright: MEKONG EFFORT FAILS AFTER YEARS OF LAVISH FOREIGN FUNDING

The Cambodia Daily
16 October 2016
Ben Paviour: Civil Unrest

12 October 2016
Xi Jinping: China and Cambodia: good neighbors and trusted friends

South China Morning Post
12 October 2016
Luke Hunt: WHY CAMBODIA IS PINNING ITS HOPES ON CHINESE PRESIDENT’S VISIT

Columbia Journal Review
3 October 2106
Elizabeth Becker: Reporting massive human rights abuses behind a façade

The New York Times
1 October 2016
DAVID BARSTOW, SUSANNE CRAIG, RUSS BUETTNER and MEGAN TWOHEY: “Trump Tax Records Obtained by The Times Reveal He Could Have Avoided Paying Taxes for Nearly Two Decades

Open Democracy
24 September 2016
Penny Edwards: Don’t think we’ve forgotten: why Cambodia’s leadership needs to change its tune

The Diplomat
21 September 2016
Abu SMG Kibria: How Politics Is Killing Cambodia’s Forests

The Diplomat
21 September 2016
David Hutt: Cambodia’s ‘Party for Moderate Progress Within the Boundaries of Law’
Why has Cambodia proven unable to conduct serious reforms?

The Federalist
20 September 2016
Gracy Olmstead: Meet The Man Who Remained Unbroken Inside Cambodia’s Socialist Killing Fields

The New York Times
19 September 2016
Julia Wallace: Laser Scans Unveil a Network of Ancient Cities in Cambodia

The Cambodia Daily
17 September 2016
Michelle Vachon: Ways of a Dictator

The Diplomat
16 September 2016
Luke Hunt: Cambodia’s Ruling Elite One Step Closer to International Court

Center for Strategic & International Studies
15 September 2016
Conor Cronin: Cambodia’s Hun Sen Picks Off the Opposition, One by One, Ahead of Elections

Asia Sentinel
13 September 2016
Michelle Penna: Cambodia Goes After Opposition Well in Advance of Elections

U.S. Congress
H. RES. 728 Supporting human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in Cambodia.
12 September 2016

The Northwestern.com
Oshkosh Northwestern
9 September 2016
Bethany Lerch: Cambodia’s people continue to ‘wobble forward’

Financial Times
8 September 2016
James Kynge, Leila Haddou and Michael Peel: FT Inevestigation – How China bought its way into Cambodia

United Nations Human Rights
Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Ravina Shamdasani
Geneva, 6 September 2016
Press briefing note on Cambodia

The Cambodia Daily
3 September 2016
Behind the Bluster
Michelle Vachon: Review of book “Cambodia’s Second Kingdom – Nation, Imagination, and Democracy” authored by Astrid Norén-Nilsson

The Diplomat
1 September 2016
David Hutt: How China Came to Dominate Cambodia

Forbes.com
1 September 2016
Erin Hale: The Most Powerful American In Cambodia: The Unlikely Rise Of Bretton Sciaroni

Southeast Asia Globe
1 September 2016
Paul Millar: Cambodia caught between China and US amid superpower showdown

Mashable
12 August 2016
Holly Robertson: Photography at Cambodian funerals helps mourners express grief

National Defense United Press
Joint Force Quarterly 82 (3rd Quarter, July 2016)
Richard B. Hughes: Abandon Ship: Interagency Decisionmaking during the Mayaguez Incident

East Asia Forum
18 May 2016
Christoph Sperfeldt: Cambodia’s unruly rule of law

Long Beach Post
4 MAY 2016
JUSTIN C. SOK: PEOPLE POST: Hun Sen 101—Cambodia’s Longtime Leader