At present Phnom Penh, and Cambodia together, is experiencing a power problem. Power outages have previously randomly occurred due to repairs, accidents, and the like.
The Revolutionary Government strongly condemns the sabotage perpetrated against the power supply system in Venezuela, which is a terrorist action intended to harm the defenseless population of an entire nation.
The following is my personal opinion on the Bill on Trade, cited as Cambodia Trade Act of 2019, edited for the attention of US Congressman Alan Lowenthal who is introducing the said bill to ask the President to review and suspend the tariff preferential the US has accorded to Cambodia.
Vietnam is a country that understands the value of peace based on its long history of struggle. In the era of international integration, Vietnam’s foreign policy is to make friends with all countries in the world, irrespective of their political regime and religion.
Having lived for extensive periods of time in North Korea between 1981 and 1993, I have great sympathy for the valiant people of North Korea, who have suffered through no fault of their own.
Cambodia is currently in rapid transition. It has moved from a developing country to one of rapid development, as evidenced in Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville cities.
A Cambodian living in Washington State has contacted CNE in a last ditch attempt to find the whereabouts of her father, whom the family haven’t seen since 1977.
It is not a Cambodian tradition to invest in agricultural development, but more to tap into the supply chain of hard working farmers. It is left up to foreign tax payers to contribute, with the argument that it lifts farmers out of poverty.
Maria Zakharova, the Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson delivered the official position on implementation of martial law in Ukraine during the briefing in Moscow on November 30, which is presented below.
The rules-based multilateral trading system, with the World Trade Organization (the WTO) at its core, is the cornerstone of economic globalisation and free trade.
The Khmer Times of November 27 contained an article by Raoul Jennar entitled “EU promotes laundering of Cambodian wood”, whose contents significantly misrepresent the position of the European Union.
The intention to stir sensitivity and inflammation is beyond doubt. The article went so far as to drag Vietnam and Thailand into an alleged geopolitical conspiracy, lacking the least respect for historical sensitivity shared by these countries.
This initiative launched by Dilma Rousseff, who was at that moment the president of the Federal Republic of Brazil, pursued the double purpose of guaranteeing medical assistance to the majority of the Brazilian people.
On November 15, David Hutt and Shawn W Crispin wrote in Asia Times a speculative piece of a possible Chinese naval base in Koh Kong, Cambodia. However, the authors provided zero evidence on their claim.
Significant events demand equally great public awareness, debate, and response, but I want to encourage a broader view of the importance of this moment.
Since Asean’s expansion more than 20 years ago, our longstanding priority has been to close the development gap between member countries.
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.