Duncan McCargo, cofounder of NYSEAN, wrote about the Cambodian People's Party and its legitimacy - or lack thereof - for the Asia Times.
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NYSEAN Member Chelsea Garbell writes in The Diplomat on the curious case of the Washington State legislators serving as shadow election monitors for Cambodia's sham elections.
Ahead of a nominal general election scheduled in Cambodia for the end of July 2018, Michael Sullivan, author of ...
An unregulated pagoda environment, the status of monks and the downplaying of male rape means that abuse of children in the monkhood is likely more widespread than anyone dares to admit
Roderic Broadhurst joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to talk about state violence versus interpersonal violence, French colonial administration, postcolonialism and modernity, Sihanouk...
Duncan McCargo speaks with Astrid Noren-Nilsson for ...
Kongkea Chhoeun of the Australian National University discusses democracy, the media, and civil society in Cambodia.
Human rights lawyer Sophorn Sek discusses Cambodia's governance
Cambodia's ruling party needs to woo disenchanted voters to retain hold on powe