28 years ago, on October 3rd, 1990, German reunification, following the fall of the Berlin Wall, marked the end of the long and painful division of our country.
Cambodia-US ties are at all-time low. The people of both countries must be empowered to restore trust and normalize their relationship.
July 29, 2018 was the day that Cambodians exercised their democratic rights and obligations. Overall, the election process was smooth.
Voter turnout rate in the 2018 national election in Cambodia is a landslide participation of more than 80 percent. The National Election Committee has not yet announced official results of the election.
For almost 40 years, Cambodia has truly been blessed with fruitful results under the Royal Government of Cambodia with Samdech Techo Hun Sen as prime minister and CPP at the core.
The Cambodian People’s Party has been unanimously elected as the vice-president of the Centrist Democrat International for the Asia-Pacific.
Cambodia adheres to a multi-party liberal democracy and holds regular elections without fail.
This letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen was forwarded to Khmer Times by Jesse Ricketson, on behalf of his father James Ricketson who is currently in detention on charges of espionage.
US policy could not help Prince Norodom Sihanouk liberate Cambodia from the French, so he sought help from China.
The dirty tricks of Koul Panha and his ANFREL (Asian Network for Free Elections) in disrupting, discrediting, and destroying the general election.
On June 12, the US Department of the Treasury sanctioned Major General Hing Bun Hieng for alleged criminal activities without concrete evidence.
By the initiative of the US, the UK, France and Germany, supported by Australia and Canada a special session of the Conference of the States-Parties (CSP) of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) is to be held on June 26 – 27.
Sam Rainsy, a desperate fugitive, has recently launched a campaign to obstruct the Cambodian people from going to vote in the upcoming national elections to be held on July 29.
Competing political parties are vital to pluralism and liberalism. Such is the hallmark of Cambodian democracy today.
The United Nations General Assembly adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) consisting of 17 goals and 169 targets in 2015 with the aim of helping member countries realise sustainable development by striking a balance between the economy, society and the environment.
Today marks two months since the two Russian nationals, Sergei and Yulia Skripal, were hospitalised in Salisbury over what was announced to be a nerve agent poisoning.
SAM Rainsy, president of the illegal Cambodia National Rescue Movement, is misleading the world and discrediting Cambodia for its fast development.
THE recent news release by the United Nations on April 30 regarding democracy in Cambodia extensively and solely quoted the supposedly “neutral” UN envoy Rhona Smith who has made biased views on the political development and democracy in Cambodia.
While Cambodians enjoyed their Khmer New Year celebrations, Syrian people were still struggling to find shelter and refuge from a prolonged civil war.
Currently Cambodia is preparing for its general elections due to be held on July 29. It appears that some opposition groups and certain NGOs are working hand-in-glove with the now defunct CNRP to disrupt this election.