Cambodia has received $680.5 million in aid from the ADB and other funders to build or renovate roads across 22 provinces, linking it to Vietnam, Thailand and Laos.
It has been 25 years since massive protests in Beijing and other Chinese cities, and China's crackdown on the pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square.
Australia is facing immigration attempts by hundreds of thousands of people, mostly from Asia and the Middle East, and is seeking regional partners to take some of them in
“Brothers in Arms,” by author Andrew Mertha, shows how China’s foreign policy goals shaped the Khmer Rouge in ways favorable to Beijing.
Less than a week after military coup, government announces plans to allow it to more quickly censor Internet content.
Resolutions in both the House and Senate have been introduced to recognize “freedom fighters” from Cambodia, Laos and the Hmong population of Vietnam, who supported the US in its war against Vietnam.
Coup leader says he would have no choice but to use force if political protests flare up again; military has also released former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Thailand's coup leaders say ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and dozens of others are being held in a safe place.
Thailand's military summoned key politicians to army offices, including the previous caretaker prime minister and former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Standoff over Chinese oil rig in South China Sea challenges Obama administration's shift of military and diplomatic assets.
Army chief asserts broader control over country and government leaders, spurring some Thai protests and international condemnation.