Vietnam expels Khmer Krom monk for being ‘uncooperative’

Advocacy group says monk was defending pagoda from an attack.

Pneumonia, bird flu, other outbreaks prompt concerns of new contagion in Asia

Few events have affected states’ security and prosperity more than a pandemic.

Hun Manet says he’s fine with ‘authoritarian’ label, cites stability

The eldest son of former Prime Minister Hun Sen marked his first 100 days as Cambodia’s new leader.

Foreign ministers wield new brooms in Cambodia and Thailand

The new top diplomats will refashion their ministries away from geopolitics towards foreign policies that put economics at the center.

UN envoy to assess Cambodia’s human rights protections

Visit comes amid arrests and a blocked march ahead of Human Rights Day.

Cambodian man gets 3 years for Facebook posts critical of government

‘Why can’t people express their opinions?’ he asks.

Khmer Krom athletes train for water festival boat race in Phnom Penh