The re-election of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen contributes to the growing global democratic crisis. Here's why.
Influencing change in Cambodia will require a more sophisticated approach than sanctions and direct criticisms of Hun Sen's government.
What can international law do to help curb the use of a lethal, indiscriminate weapon?
The Supreme Court ruling to dissolve Cambodia's opposition party further suppresses democracy in the kingdom.
Dark days lie ahead as democracy is dismantled.
First They Killed My Father works hard to achieve authenticity in a genre that is as old as cinema itself.
The treason charges against Cambodia's opposition leader Kem Sokha are another step towards autocracy in the kingdom of wonder.
The closure of The Cambodia Daily is the latest chapter in a long and increasingly worrying tale.
Intensified rice production in Cambodia's dry season is wreaking havoc on local bird populations.
The trend of 'naked tourism' reveals something more than just bare bottoms – and it may call for some active interventions.
If the river islands are bombed away and if the riverscape is engineered into something more like a large artificial canal, then endangered species face extinction.
This is what neo-colonialism looks like in the 21st century.
Dolphin-watching tourism has pros and cons — so what should you think about next time you head out?
The reasons for banning compensated surrogacy in developing countries don’t apply in Australia.
Fake Cambodian sculptures have infiltrated the antiquities market, where they remain unacknowledged and their production continues unabated.
After Australia announced a refugee deal with the US, Labor's Kate Ellis told Q&A that millions of dollars were spent on an earlier deal with Cambodia, yet very few lives were changed. Is that right?
Once one of the world's very poorest countries, Cambodia has been through a remarkable two and a half decades of growth and development.
Vietnam is deeply spooked by the struggle over the South China Sea – but its friends in south-east Asia aren't so keen to stand up to Beijing.
When Kem Ley was shot in broad daylight in Phnom Penh, Cambodia lost a vital voice for freedom. But could his death galvanise a movement against the authoritarian old order?
There is little of Gareth Evans’ sweeping analysis in the cabinet papers of 1990-91 of a rapidly changing world order or of his vision of good international citizenship.