While much has changed, much remains the same.
Mech Dara has the news.
The Economist Intelligence Unit labels Cambodia an "Authoritarian regime".
Vietnam says it invaded Cambodia to save the country from the Khmer Rouge. That's not quite true.
In which a business reporter understands market capitalization.
The New York Times reconsiders Sihanoukville, which the paper placed 13th in a story titled "52 Places to Go in 2018".
It's official. Cambodia leads the region in number of public holidays.
Would the Cambodian people support Hun Manet for prime minister?
Street art by Stinkfish.
The Committee to Protect Journalists says 2018 has been a hard year for journalism.
Not only is there a Tous les Jours in Battambang, there is a Tous les Jours in Battambang with a Christmas tree!
Agence Kampuchea Presse yesterday posted what is believed to be a short series of previously unpublished photos of life after the Khmer Rouge.
An emotional new video from Licadho and other highlights from today's twitterverse.
On Human Rights Day, writers, journalists, and other defenders of the truth took center stage.
Even though the newly proposed expansion of the "public charge" rule would affect any non-citizen resident in United States -- legal, temporary or permanent...
Carbon-neutral super ships are coming.
It's not just the Cambodian community in the US who has been impacted by ramped-up ICE deportations.
Last week saw the end of an era, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel stepping down from her party leadership position.
With an Islamist insurgency that has been going on for years, a messy drug war, and a government that relentlessly attacks the its media, one Filipina published this very succinct "2018 review" of the country.
Daily observations from Cambodia and beyond.
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