Grassroots Democracy party providing an alternative to 'top down' politics.
Farmers turn to coffee after government prohibits opium and discourages ‘slash and burn' agriculture.
When G7 leaders meet in Japan next week, demands for infrastructure investment worldwide will be high on the agenda.
Experts say Cambodia will require between $13 billion and $16 billion in infrastructure investment from 2013-2022 if it is to maintain its growth trajectory.
Critics say the law places onerous financial reporting requirements on unions and contains clauses that discriminate against union leaders.
Along with agriculture and tourism, garment manufacturing has helped Cambodia’s economy to become one of the fastest growing in the region.
Kerry will visit Phnom Penh to discuss bi-lateral trade and strengthening ties with the Cambodian government ahead of a summit with ASEAN leaders and President Obama in California next month.
Khin Maung Thein is the only Muslim standing for office in city that is expected to elect mostly candidates from Aung San Suu Kyi’s NLD party.
This transaction is a monthly ritual among Cambodia’s 600,000 garment workers whose modest contributions help support the livelihoods of their families in the poorer rural areas.
Rising incomes, booming tourism industry boost demand for organic vegetables.
Hundreds of thousands of Myanmar's young people could fall prey to addiction amid dearth of services and a market awash with drugs.