Dr Markus Karbaum
More than 2 million South Koreans left the country for overseas travel during the long South Korean Thanksgiving holidays early this October,
By Jaime Gill Perhaps you haven’t noticed yet. If you’re a light Facebook user, or shun it altogether, you may not have realised that the stories you
By Claire Van der Vaeren, UN Resident Coordinator on behalf of the United Nations system in Cambodia.
By Sheikh Hasina, current prime minister of Bangladesh and winner of the UN Environmental Award Champion of the Earth 2015.
The recent, brutal political repression in Cambodia reached its zenith on November 16 with the dissolution of the main opposition party, the Cambodia National Rescue Party. This dissolution, which results from a decision by the Supreme Court instigated by the Cambodian People’s Party of Prime
By Ruth Dreifuss, Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Olusegun Obasanjo
When the leaders of the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) gather for their 31st Summit in the Philippines this week, they will also celebrate “[email protected]” – testimony to Asean’s endurance and durability, as the longest-r
By Erik Solheim
By Jaime Gill
I am one of the writers who attended the Khmer literature festival in Siem Reap last weekend. Even though the festival seems small, there were at least 30 writers involved. It was well-organised.
More than 2 million South Koreans left the country for overseas travel during the long South Korean Thanksgiving holidays early this October, according to numbers released by the Incheon International Airport.
By William Heidt, the United States ambassador to Cambodia.