Mr. Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia.

EU Demands ‘Real, Credible’ Change From Cambodia

The European Union said Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government “must show real, credible improvement” on labor and human rights issues to avoid a withdrawal of Everything But Arms (EBA) tariff exemptions to its market.


CPP Takes Control of 98 Percent of District, Provincial Seats

The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) took control of more than 98 percent of seats on the district and provincial councils following a vote by commune councilors last month, the National Election Committee (NEC) announced on Saturday.


EU Delegates Told to Focus on Development

Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn told a visiting E.U. delegation assessing supposed political abuses and human rights violations in Cambodia to instead consider the country’s progress and development.

Kampuchea Krom

Activists Mark 70 Years Since ‘Loss’ of Kampuchea Krom

At a muted ceremony on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, hundreds of Cambodian nationalists gathered Tuesday morning to mark 70 years since France’s cession of its Indochinese colony of Cochinchina to the newly proclaimed State of Vietnam.