Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Euro: Could Germany Save Eurozone by Leaving it?

By Clyde Prestowitz and John Prout, Special to CNN. Clyde Prestowitz and John Prout say that if Germany returned to the deutsche mark, other eurozone nations would benefit. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Writers: To salvage… Continue reading

Cambodia: The Culture of Impunity and Violence Must Stop.

Joint statement condemning baseless convictions and violence against human rights defenders. A Statement from human rights defenders in Cambodia forwarded by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) Shortly after a joint  statement condemning… Continue reading

Phnom Penh: Slightly Exaggerated Advertising.

P.S. This tuktuk driver never heart about tethering or mobile Wifi hot-spot services. He told me that he will use a bamboo stick for providing Wifi services to interested passengers…..!

Cambodian Justice: Commune Election 2012.

The streets of Phnom Penh are alive with the sounds of campaign music and political slogans this week, but in the remote areas of Stung Treng province, which are home to many of… Continue reading

South China Sea: Once again China buys the Good Behaviour of Cambodian Government.

China donates USD 19 million during ASEAN Defense Meeting on South China Sea. Read the different versions of the same political event: ASEAN Defense Ministers meet in Phnom Penh and have invited the… Continue reading

Cambodia: National Elections 2013.

PM Hun Sen declares July 28, 2013, as  National Elections Day of the parliamentary elections for the fifth legislature of the Cambodian National Assembly.

Cambodia: Alcohol Ban on Election Day 2012.

Hun Sen ordered an  alcohol ban starting Friday midnight, June 1 till Sunday midnight June 3, 2012, including all Cambodian citizens and all foreigners living in the Kingdom of Cambodia. P.S. But nobody… Continue reading

Phnom Penh: Cambodia’s Crackdown on Land Grab Protests.

At least 400,000 people are affected by increasingly common land disputes in Cambodia. Now the government has decided to crack down on protests against land grabs by arresting anyone who is caught organizing… Continue reading


Originally posted on Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea:
Cambodia, officially the Kingdom of Cambodia is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It shares its border with Thailand…

Justice in Cambodia: 13 Women Protesters go to jail.

Thirteen women protesters from Boeung Kak lake were sentenced to two and a half years in prison after a three-hour trial that was widely condemned as illegal. The women, who were arrested as… Continue reading