A new report on labor migration in Southeast Asia produced by the International Labor Organization and International Migration Organization, calls for a shift in policy making to more migrant-centered approaches.
Established in 2009, the Leng Pleng website aims at building a community for independent artists, where live music fans can keep track of their favorite bands, DJs, and musicians.
Hun Sen has publicly dismissed the importance of possible trade sanctions imposed by the U.S. and E.U.
A US district judge ordered a temporary halt to deportations while their legality is reviewed.
Thousands of opposition officials and activists have joined the Cambodian People’s Party after the government shut down their party in November. But under surveillance and heavy pressure, how much choice do they have?
Analysts believe that human rights violations have been committed in North Korea for decades.
The conservation project aimed to stabilize the temple structure and waterproof the building, as well as conduct site management and training activities.
The increasing tensions with the West come as Cambodia is drawing increasingly close to Beijing, which is offering political and economic support to Hun Sen.
Farhan Aziz Haq spoke to VOA Khmer about the Cambodian government’s crackdown on the opposition and growing democratic crisis leading up to next year’s general election.
Last month, the United States also suspended funding for the NEC, as well as issuing visa restrictions on dozens of senior officials.
Mines and unexploded ordnance kill and injure some 100 people annually in Cambodia.
Motion requests review of preferential trade access in response to autocratic backslide