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Path to Cambodia’s stability can only be ensured with fair electionsThe Japan NewsThe Yomiuri ShimbunPrior to the July general election for the National Assembly, a lower house election, the administration of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is intensifying its crackdown on opposition parties. Japan must tenaciously work on the …and more »
New York Times Cambodia’s Ruler Dared Australians to Burn His Effigy, So They DidNew York TimesBut the Cambodian-born legislator has now done so twice in recent weeks, after finding himself at the center of an unfolding battle over free speech and the reach of Cambodia’s authoritarian government into diaspora communities in Australia. In advance …The […]
The Cambodia Daily Scholars, Experts on Cambodia to Attend Asian Studies Conference in WashingtonThe Cambodia DailyDavid Chandler, a renowned scholar of Cambodia’s modern history and emeritus professor at Monash University in Australia; Sareth Svay, a Cambodian sculptor and performing artist who lives and works Siem Reap; and Krisna Uk, executive director of the …
ReliefWeb GIEWS Country Brief: Cambodia 16-March-2018ReliefWebHarvesting of the 2017 secondary rice crop is currently ongoing and will continue in some areas up to April. Overall, favourable weather conditions, coupled with adequate irrigation water supplies, sustained an expansion in plantings and benefitted …
IMF Staff Completes a Staff Visit to CambodiaInternational Monetary FundAn IMF team led by Mr. Jarkko Turunen visited Phnom Penh from March 12 to 16, 2018, to conduct interim discussions on recent developments and Cambodia’s economic outlook. Upon conclusion of the visit, Mr. Turunen issued the following statement …Cambodia’s economy remains positive with expected growth […]
New York Times Embracing China, Facebook and Himself, Cambodia’s Ruler Digs InNew York TimesSTUNG TRANG, Cambodia — As the sun rose over the murk of the Mekong River, the man who has ruled Cambodia for more than three decades, Prime Minister Hun Sen, clasped hands with the Chinese ambassador and beamed. “The Chinese leaders respect […]