Cambodia’s government has got away with murder. Not the kind of genocidal slaughter conducted by the Khmer Rouge in the 1970’s. Nor the scale of killing that has roiled Syria, or that has… Continue reading
The Ministry of Information and Council of Ministers summoned representatives from US government-funded radio stations for an unprecedented meeting to discuss the stations’ content, goals and level of professionalism. Radio Free Asia (RFA)… Continue reading
A deep personal insight into today’s life in rural Cambodia. An article by Ou Ritthy published by the Asian Human Rights Commission. At first, I could not recognize the group of noisy skinny… Continue reading
Cambodia: Release of 13 women a victory for their community. Today’s decision by Cambodia’s Appeal Court to release 13 women imprisoned for peacefully protesting against a forced eviction is a victory for their… Continue reading
PM Hun Sen declares July 28, 2013, as National Elections Day of the parliamentary elections for the fifth legislature of the Cambodian National Assembly.
Boeung Kak Lake (BKL) children cry for justice for their arrested mothers on 24 May 2012. 13 BKL residents were arrested during a protest on 23 May 2012. This is the kind of… Continue reading