Japan usually avoids being viewed as interfering in the domestic affairs of other countries and is consistent in its foreign policy approach towards Cambodia by not intervening in the Kingdom’s internal affairs, writes
Theresa May promises Britain bright prospects outside the European Union.
EU and WWF launch a $3.4 million project to conserve natural resources in Mondulkiri.
In fear of Czexit, a new law sets a tough condition to call for a national referendum.
144 EU members expel Russian diplomats.
Indonesia has won an appeal over the bloc’s anti-dumping duty on biodiesel.
EU is concerned about a deterioration of political and human rights in Cambodia.
Despiteclashes over the human rights, the EU reaffirms to strengthen economic ties.
The EU unlocked a further three billion euros ($3.7 billion) for refugees in Turkey.
The International Federation for Human Rights to pressure the Cambodian government to cease its crackdown on civil society.
The EU and Japan urge the US to grant them exemptions from metal import tariffs.
Cambodia’s democracy is on the right track, with the presence of a multiparty political system, freedom of the press, and respect of civil and political rights. It is not fair and just to see Cambodia only from one negative angle.
The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) provides a platform to foster political dialogue, strengthen economic and cultural cooperation, and tackle global challenges together.
The EU’s top diplomat urging powers to uphold a ceasefire in eastern Ghouta.
The EU’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier calls on London to “pick up the pace” of talks if it wants a deal this year.
The Facebook pages of Bayon and BTV television are hacked, allegedly by individuals based in the European Union.
EU threatens Cambodia with economic sanctions after the ruling party said it had won every seat in a Senate election.
Price of Cambodian rice abroad is on the rise since the beginning of February.
Britain will not engage in “Mad Max-style” deregulation and easing of workers’ rights.
The United States’ approach towards Cambodia, especially by hawkish legislators, makes diplomacy difficult and also untenable.