The world is in a situation that it hasn’t been in before – globalisation, geopolitics and economics all turning negative at the same time, while the world’s physical environment becomes increasingly inhospitable.
Questions relating to international hydro-politics and the geopolitics of the Mekong River are becoming more imminent as riparian countries compete to get access to water resources, writes Chheang Vannarith.
The Transparency Corruption Index in 2017 ranked Cambodia number 161 out of 175 countries.
Dr Satu Limaye speaks about geopolitics and China’s global agenda.
In terms of the global economic system, there are more than two growth poles.
The world is getting more unpredictable. Small states are becoming more vulnerable to changing geopolitics and the risks stemming from major power rivalry.