Asia Times: Fingering Turnout in the Cambodian Elections

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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Carnegie Council Podcast - In Cambodia, "Democracy" is just a term

Human rights lawyer Sophorn Sek discusses Cambodia's governance

Local poll leaves Hun Sen looking vulnerable in 2018 election

Cambodia's ruling party needs to woo disenchanted voters to retain hold on powe

PBS Newshour
As Cambodia’s economy grows, low-income residents left behind

As Cambodia’s economy grows, low-income residents left behind

Cambodia has one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, with a booming manufacturing industry and agricultural exports. But a burgeoning real estate market is causing displacement among farmers...

PBS Newshour
Deported from U.S., Cambodians fight immigration policy

Deported from U.S., Cambodians fight immigration policy

Every year, the U.S. deports thousands of immigrants who are convicted of crimes after they serve their prison terms -- including green card holders and those granted asylum. The policy dates back...

The Cambodia Daily
Final Guilty Verdict Validates $260M Tribunal

Final Guilty Verdict Validates $260M Tribunal

Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia
A Review of PES Implementation In Cambodia

A Review of PES Implementation In Cambodia

Payment for Environmental Services (PES) programs have been implemented in PES and PES-like forms in Cambodia focusing on watershed, biodiversity conservation, recreation/landscape beauty, and...

Institute of Development Studies
Uneven Developments: Toward Inclusive Land Governance in Contemporary Cambodia

Uneven Developments: Toward Inclusive Land Governance in Contemporary Cambodia

This paper, commissioned as part of a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) 'learning journey' on inclusive land governance, inquires whether these reforms constitute durable...

Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia
Self-protection against flood in Cambodia

Self-protection against flood in Cambodia

This research investigated (1) the change in Cambodian’s preference for self‑protection against natural disasters, (2) how groups can influence communities toward self‑protection, (3) the...

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NYSEAN js4648@columbia.edu Coordinator

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Yale University ben.kiernan@yale.edu

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Seton Hall University lopezjor@shu.edu

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Fund for Reconciliation and Development jmcauliff@ffrd.org
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Cambodian Living Arts, Mekong Cultural Hub frances@cambodianlivingarts.org

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Equitable Cambodia williamlewisellis@gmail.com
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Eve Zucker

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