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The U.S. Fears This Huge Southeast Asian Resort May Become a Chinese Naval Base

Encompassing 20% of Cambodia’s coastline, the China-backed Dara Sakor investment zone is unlike any other in the Southeast Asian nation.

Thailand on Red Alert in Bid to Stop ‘Pig Ebola’ Crossing Border

China, Vietnam, Cambodia are battling outbreaks of the virus.

Angkor Wat Is Great and All, But It’s Time to Give Siem Reap Its...

The famous jungle ruins may be Cambodia’s crown jewel, but there’s more to take in now at this tourist town, as artists, chefs, and eco-conscious hoteliers reshape its identity.

Traders Spooked as African Swine Fever Keeps Spreading

Disease hits almost all China, 23 cities, provinces in Vietnam. China meal demand seen down for first time in more than decade.

Cambodia Faces Next Trade-Sanctions Move by the European Union

The European Union moved closer to imposing trade sanctions against Cambodia as a result of alleged human-rights violations in the country.

Italy Wins Three-Year EU Tariffs on Rice From Cambodia, Myanmar

The European Union will impose tariffs this week on rice from Cambodia and Myanmar for three years in response to a request by Italy for local producers to gain protection from the imports.

Chinese investors are creating new skylines in Cambodia

Expensive high-rises are going up in Cambodia's capital, where the median household income is only $11,000 per year.

Chinese Money Is Driving One of Asia’s Fastest Property Booms

Phnom Penh, once known for its French colonial villas and modernist “New Khmer Architecture,” is becoming unrecognizable.

Cambodia Convicts Australian of Spying

Son of James Ricketson says he's "devastated" after a Cambodia court hands 6 years in jail to the Australian filmmaker for spying bloom.

‘Made in Cambodia’ May Become New Fashion Label With Tariffs Hitting China

The next designer handbag you buy is less likely to bear a "made in China" label.

With China’s Help, Cambodia Strongman Set to Extend 33-Year Rule

As Cambodians prepare to go to the polls on Sunday, a win is all but assured for strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen in an election that highlights China’s growing influence in Asia over the West.

Chinese Casinos Stir Resentment on Cambodia’s Coast of Dystopia

How the Belt and Road Initiative has helped turn a quiet resort town into a gambling hotspot.

North Korea Is Running Restaurants in Cambodia Despite Sanctions

Three North Korean restaurants are operating in Cambodia’s capital in apparent violation of United Nations sanctions that took effect earlier this year.

Facebook Resists Inquiry Into Cambodia Voter-Manipulation Claims

Facebook Inc. doesn’t want to be drawn into a political dispute between the ruling and opposition parties of Cambodia. It may not have a choice.