Local nongovernmental groups also invited to monitor July vote ruling party is expected to win because main opposition party was dissolved.
The 85-year-old American academic was given the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Asian Studies for his extensive body of scholarly work on Cambodia’s history, politics and culture.
The exhaustive study raises alarm about future hydro dams on the Mekong River.
The Mekong River Commission is meeting in Siem Reap province this week to discuss alternative energy solutions, large-scale Chinese investment, and governance issues.
The local authority has set an April 25 ultimatum for the Chong people to dismantle their community headquarters in the district they are not officially recognized as an indigenous group.
International delegates are required by law to be invited to observe Cambodian elections.
Record producer, Ian Brennan, and his wife Marilena Delli, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, are on a quest for the unknown and unfamiliar.
On Wednesday, regional governments met in Siem Reap for the third Mekong River Commission (MRC) summit.
The claims come more than two years after the government passed a controversial law regarding the conduct of non-governmental organizations in Cambodia.
A court spokesman told reporters that the death of Chev Sovathana, who was found hanged in January, was no longer being treated as a suicide.
Vietnam invaded Cambodia in January 1979 with about 200,000 troops to overthrow the Khmer Rouge regime, which had ruled since 1975.
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