by Nick Beresford and Moeko Saito-Jensen
Letter to the editor from Huy Vannak, undersecretary of state for the Interior Ministry
Sunday marked the third year that Cambodia celebrated National Reading Day.
In 2018, we have an opportunity to accelerate progress towards gender equality. Movements such as #MeToo have shone the spotlight on an unacceptable status quo and demonstrated how too many women the world over continue to be deprived of respect and equal opportunities. Let’s use International
by Men Pechet
by Ly Sok-Kheang
All eyes are on the 23rd Olympic Winter Games and 12th Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang this February.
Editor, Cambodia’s Senate election is to be held on February 25.
Before becoming a forest ranger, Theun Soknay was a student at a boarding school in Mondulkiri province. He later worked as a tour guide at the Bunong Place, and obtained a bachelor’s degree, before working at the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) for four years, where he developed the Jahoo
Water management in the Mekong region is, in practice, dominated by energy objectives. In Cambodia, the priority is to substitute domestically produced hydropower for expensive diesel and electricity imports. In Laos, the priority is to generate revenue by drawing in foreign investment in dams and