Nhim Sokhorn
Prime Minister Hun Sen inaugurates a sky bridge on National Road 5 on 31 January, 2022. (Hun Sen's Facebook page)

Hun Sen Clarifies: ‘Peace’ Means No War

In a monologue debating against unnamed analysts, Prime Minister Hun Sen dismissed criticisms that Cambodia was not fully at peace due to ongoing social injustices.

CNRP co-founder Kem Sokha, center, and GDP co-founder Yang Saing Koma, right, during a visit to a farm in Pursat province in November 2020, in this photograph posted to Saing Koma's Twitter page.

CNRP Rift Points Toward Sokha’s Return to Politics: Analysts

Kem Sokha’s comments stirred a flurry of speculation and commentary online, with armchair political analysts in and outside the country trying to make sense of what this meant for the CNRP — once the most credible political threat to the CPP’s stranglehold on power.

Hun Sen attacks CNRP

‘Hun Sen Does Not Bow to Any Pressure’: Hun Sen

Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Tuesday he would deal with “extremists” – a thinly-veiled reference to the CNRP – before considering handing over power to the “younger generation.”

Information Minister Khieu Kanharith

Information Minister Rebuffs Governor: Arresting Journalists Is Wrong

In a rejection of a provincial leader’s push for hardline monitoring of journalists, the head of the Ministry of Information this week denounced the arbitrary detention of two reporters and urged authorities to more closely cooperate with media workers.