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What’s Next for the Cambodia-Laos Border Dispute?

Both sides continue to try to resolve a thorny issue in their bilateral relationship.

Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack

After 2018’s election, Cambodia’s once united opposition veers toward a split.

It’s Time for French Museums to Return Cambodian Artifacts

A new report recommends returning artifacts seized from French colonies in Africa. Cambodia should also be included.

European Sanctions Are a Response to Cambodia’s Totalitarian Shift

Europe must hold firm on plans to suspend Cambodia from the the EBA trade initiative.

Vietnam’s Invasion of Cambodia, Revisited

40 years after the invasion that toppled the Khmer Rouge, it’s clear China emerged the ultimate winner.

What’s in the China-Cambodia Military Base Hype?

A recent controversy should focus attention on, rather than distract from, broader inroads Beijing is already making in the country.

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Era in the Spotlight with Guilty Verdicts

Despite two sentencings, questions on the quest for justice remain.

The Khmer Rouge Trials: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

As the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia prepares its final verdict, a look back at its legacy.

The Trouble with Cambodia’s Affordable Housing Plan

The effort is neither affordable nor well-planned.

Anti-Chinese Sentiment on the Rise in Cambodia

Increasing Chinese political influence and presence in Cambodia has sparked anti-Chinese sentiment.

What’s in the First Vietnam-Laos-Cambodia Trilateral Border Exchange?

A closer look at the significance of an upcoming development.

Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution

October 20 saw the launch of KOOMPI, a Cambodian “home-grown” laptop, at BarCamp ASEAN 2018, the annual regional expo for tech start-ups.

Why Cambodia’s Poverty Statistics Dispute Matters

A recent dispute has shed light on deeper issues in how poverty is assessed in the Southeast Asian state.

Cambodia’s Domestic Politics in the Spotlight at the United Nations

With protests planned in New York, the Southeast Asian state’s politics is set to be on display this weekend.

The Folly of US Intervention in Cambodia

What lessons from the Cold War should Washington heed?

What’s Behind the Release of Cambodia’s Opposition Leader?

The freeing of Kem Sokha has raised bigger questions about power and the way it is exercised in Cambodia.

A New Cambodia-Laos Border Deal?

A closer look at the opportunities and challenges presented by an agreement recently reached by the two sides.

The Lingering Effects of the Cambodian Genocide on Education

Decimated by genocide, Cambodia’s educational progress so far is surely commendable.

What the Ricketson Case Says About Justice in Cambodia

A closer look at the outcome of a much-anticipated verdict.

Finding a Way Forward for Cambodia After Sham Elections

What the international community can do to influence change in Cambodia.