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Cambodia’s Changing Media Landscape: Reformed or Debilitated? By Theara Khoun, CICP Research Fellow
Cambodia’s Changing Media Landscape: Reformed or Debilitated?       Note: This article was published in the Cambodian Communication Review 2014 at the Department of Media and Communication, Royal University of Phnom Penh. INTRODUCTION The elections of 2013
Human Security and Land Rights: Executive Summary and Recommendation
    Human Security & Land Rights in Cambodia By Alice BEBAN & POU Sovachana Executive Summary With continuing human rights concerns over land grabbing, and in the wake of the Cambodian government’s recent land policy issuing thousands of land titles to people in lan
Remark by H.E. Mr. Danny R. Russel, Assistant Secretary of State For the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, at the Public Lecture “The U.S. - Asia Rebalance and the Enduring U.S. - Cambodia Partnership in 2015”
Good morning! Thank you Your Royal Highness Prince Norodom Sirivudh, CICP Chairman, for the kind introduction. Please accept my best wishes for a happy New Year. It is wonderful to be back in Phnom Penh and with the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace – a great organization that fo
Welcome Remarks by HRH Samdech Norodom Sirivudh During a Public Lecture on “The U.S. - Asia Rebalance and the Enduring U.S. - Cambodia Partnership in 2015”
-  His Excellency Mr. Danny R. Russel, Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, - Their Excellencies Members of Parliament of the Kingdom of Cambodia, - Their Excellencies Members of the Royal Government of Cambodia and Senior Officials, - Distinguished
China's Big Diplomacy Shift
China’s Big Diplomacy Shift China signals a change in priorities, raising the risk of tension with the developed world. China’s decision to elevate in priority its relationship with its neighbors over that with the United States and other great powers, confirmed at the recently conc
Xayaburi dam risks killing the Mekong
Xayaburi dam risks killing the Mekong 26 November 2014 The recent talkfest at the 25th Asean summit concluded with numerous lofty declarations. The Nay Pyi Taw Declaration on the Asean Community's Post­2015 Vision contains guidelines for the drafters of the 2016­2025 vision, one of w
Foreign Powers Buy Influence at Think Tanks
Borge Brende, the foreign minister of Norway, in June at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times Continue reading the main story WASHINGTON — The agreement signed last year
Indonesia’s Democracy Test
LONDON — Last Wednesday, Indonesians cast ballots to elect their seventh president. The choice: a small-town furniture salesman who stepped down as Jakarta’s reformist governor, or a well-heeled former general who harked back to an autocrati
Nay Pyi Taw Declaration on 11 May 2014
Nay Pyi Taw Declaration on Realisation of the ASEAN Community by 2015 Nay Pyi Taw Declaration on Realisation of the ASEAN Community by 2015 11 May 2014 We, the Heads of State/ Government of the Member States of the Association

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