Hun Sen


Cambodia's Upcoming Election Seeks to Prove Its Own Legitimacy

East Asia Forum

The ruling Cambodian People's Party faces no real opposition in next week's elections. Instead, voter turnout will determine whether the government can tout this election as legitimate.


ANALYSIS: Charting the Death Throes of Press Freedom in Cambodia

The Interpreter

The situation for press and other freedoms is going from bad to worse in Cambodia ahead of elections set for July.


The World's Neglect Continues to Haunt Cambodia

New Mandala

The world’s feeble response to the bloody events of 1997 directly influences the situation we see today in Cambodia.


Has Cambodia's Democracy Come to an End?

Astrid Norén-Nilsson

Cambodia may be transitioning to a new Chinese-inspired model of government.


Free Media Fighting to Stay Alive in Cambodia amid Hun Sen's Latest Crackdown

Mong Palatino

One daily newspaper, two foreign media services and three local radio stations are among those under threat.


Cambodia's Hun Sen Cracks Down on Press Ahead of Elections

Milton Osborne

So while the CPP rails against its ‘enemies’ and seeks to redress the balance of youth support that was evident in the 2013 elections, it has to confront what still seems the unlikely possibility that next year it could lose.


Cambodian Strongman is Going Nowhere

Sorpong Peou

What Hun Sen fears most is the ultimate power of political democracy.


OPINION: Murder of Cambodian Government Critic Still Needs Investigation

Phil Robertson

The killing of Kem Ley requires a thorough, professional and unbiased investigation that will follow the facts, wherever they lead, and hold accountable all involved no matter their position or their power, writes Phil Robertson.

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