Tag: Cambodia

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Viva La Revolucion?

In every country where a revolution has taken place (whether it be a soft revolution, or a violent overthrow), those who are part of the winning team make a point of glorifying the revolution and all the “good” that it […]

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Cambodian Activist Ouch Leng Wins Goldman Prize

Cambodian activist Ouch Leng’s efforts to stop illegal logging in the country’s forests have been recognized by the Goldman Environmental Prize. The former government official has been helping poor villagers for almost two decades to fight poaching of precious forests. […]

Has the China-ASEAN Affair Come to an End?

Has the China-ASEAN Affair Come to an End?

Has the China-ASEAN Affair Come to an End? For decades, rapid economic expansion in China has had a positive spillover effect on the Southeast Asian region, sparking unprecedented economic growth among smaller nations that lifted millions of people out of […]

Cambodia’s Government Cracks Down On Union Protests

Cambodia’s Government Cracks Down On Union Protests

Over the past few weeks protests rocked Cambodia as garment workers took to the streets to demand better working conditions and wages. After opposition parties sided with labor unions, the government found itself facing a powerful and serious challenge to […]