In her wedding photo, Pen Chan Sreykuoch smiles at the camera, wearing lolly-pink lipstick and her hair swept back, large blue jewels glittering at her neck. Her head is pressed against that of her groom, Hang Chanthou, who stares –
Over two days of bloody armed battles 20 years ago today, forces loyal to Hun Sen routed troops supporting Prince Norodom Ranariddh, marking the
As international giants Grab and Uber battle it out in Phnom Penh’s crowded ride-hailing industry, local apps have begun to expand their platforms by
With the government poised to divvy up the opposition CNRP’s parliamentary seats following its dissolution last week – a move al
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party, removing the only existing electoral threat to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s grip on power in the Kingdom and undoing in one stroke the opposition’s gains over the last five years.
For well over a century, Battambang has stood out in Cambodia as a cradle of culture, producing renowned artists, writers, poets, musicians and thinkers.
In 2012, a little over a month after the Human Rights Party and Sam Rainsy Party won a combined 40 commune chief positions in local elections, the two groups met in Manila, finally agreeing on what had been bandied about for years:
The decision to preserve or to dissolve the country’s main opposition party will fall on Thursday to a judge listed as a me
♦ An all-day hearing at the Kingdom's highest court ended in a ruling to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party ♦ Ruling means the CNRP will lose all its elected representatives at the local and national level ♦ 118 senior party officials, including imprisoned party president Kem Sokha and
With a decision on the dissolution of the Cambodia National Rescue Party looming ever closer, some – mainly those within the opposition itself – have clung to the notion that the government will abort its campaign against the opposi
With the government wielding the threat of dissolution over the Cambodia National Rescue Party, Prime Minister Hun Sen has returned to a familiar trope rooted in the early years of his rule – that in consolidating power he is also o
Outside of Battambang’s O’Char Commune Hall, a middle-aged woman approaches opposition Commune Chief Sin Rozeth complaining that her name has been taken off a list making her eligible for benefits for the poor.