NKorean diplomat leaves for Finland for talks with former US and South Korean officials.
Maduro says the CLAPs are his “most powerful weapon” to combat the US “economic war”.
The Russian Foreign Ministry condemns new US sanctions imposed on Pyongyang.
Government officials and business leaders say economic sanctions from the European bloc are an unlikely scenario.
EU threatens Cambodia with economic sanctions after the ruling party said it had won every seat in a Senate election.
Beijing protests Washington’s decision to impose sanctions against Chinese companies deals with North Korea.
A second warrant summoning Chea Mony to appear in court in early February.
China is a major outpost accounting for 90 percent of North Korea’s trade.
PM threatens to retaliate against foreign visa sanctions by preventing overseas diplomats from entering the kingdom.
A Sydney-based “loyal agent of North Korea” has been charged with trying to sell missile parts and technology on the black market.
Sam Rainsy has called for sanctions on the garment industry following the dissolution.
The US to bar Cambodian officials deemed to have been “undermining democracy” from entry to the US.
The Cambodian government has opted for deepening its strategic ties with China amid mounting international pressure.
The Garment Manufacturers Association calls on international buyers to continue ordering clothes and textile made in Cambodia.
Sam Rainsy’s statement about upcoming European sanctions sparks controversy between the CPP and French officials.
Unions send petitions to ambassadors from EU and US asking sanctions be avoided to protect the livelihoods of workers.
China’s trade with North Korea fell to $334.9 million in October, its lowest since February as imports sank to their weakest in years.
Air China Ltd suspends flights between Beijing and Pyongyang as North Korea faces growing sanctions from the US.
Prime Minister Hun Sen accuses former opposition leaders of taking workers hostage by calling on foreign nations to stop buying Cambodian goods.
Moving forward, so long as the CPP leadership is committed to maintaining a democratic regime, it is imperative that doing business as usual won’t help.