Global Firepower Index puts Cambodia 107 out of 138 countries for military strength.
General Vong Pisen imposes a movement restriction order in the military.
Cambodia and China to hold Golden Dragon Joint Military Exercise in Kampot.
A high-level Pakistani military delegation arrives to forge ties with the Cambodian army in a first for both armies.
Cambodia and Laos begin to withdraw troops from disputed territory in Preah Vihear.
China will hold a massive military parade showcasing some of its most advanced weaponry to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the communist state, authorities announced Thursday.
From her historic milestone as Cambodia’s first conqueror of Mt Fuji, man or woman, Ly Chansocheata is now after her wildest dream – to become a military diplomat
A joint military disaster relief exercise to be lunched with Vietnam, Thailand and Laos.
When Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer laid out her plans for the armed forces before Germany’s parliament on Wednesday, many lawmakers were unimpressed.
China on Wednesday issued a white paper on national defense in the new era. The paper objectively expounds on China’s rapidly developing military build-up, declares the People’s Liberation Army’s resolve to safeguard the country’s core interests.
China on Wednesday issued a white paper to expound on its defensive national defense policy in the new era and explain the practice, purposes and significance of China’s efforts to build a fortified national defense and a strong military.
Prayut Chan-o-cha to put this year’s military reshuffle among his first priorities.
The trade war, for example, will have an impact not only on the US and China but also on other countries because of the global supply chain, markets and the global financial system, as everything is interdependent and interlinked.
Huge crowds march demanding the ruling military hand over power to civilians.
In the global political landscape looms a superpower with a military and economic might widely believed to remain unrivalled at least for decades to come.
Sudanese protest leaders say they accept a civilian-majority governing body.
Gen Hun Manith dismisses as fake news, an allegation that he deposited $100 million.
Since its establishment in 2001, the SCO has taken strides in facilitating cooperation in various fields. The organization now has eight members, four observer states and six dialogue partners.
Egypt’s first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi dies at age of 67.
With representatives of about 20 Asia-Pacific countries gathering in Phnom Penh.
Rival camps in Thailand’s new parliament make their case for the kingdom’s next PM.
The conflict between Sudan’s ruling military council and protesters is worsening, with reports of deaths and injuries in Khartoum. After months of peaceful protest, demonstrators now deserve Europe’s full support.
Sudan’s military on Tuesday cancelled a power-transfer agreement with protesters and called for elections within nine months, a day after forcefully breaking up a weeks-long sit-in, leaving more than 30 dead.
‘Defense Reform 2.0’, announces in July 2018 by South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense (MND), represents South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s determination to conclude an ambitious initiative to restructure and modernise South Korea’s defence forces.
Talks between Sudan’s military council and protesters are set to resume, army rulers said Saturday, as hundreds of supporters of Islamic movements rallied for the inclusion of sharia in the country’s political roadmap.
Sudan’s military rulers on Thursday suspended crucial talks with protesters on installing civilian rule, insisting more time was needed to finalise the deal as Khartoum’s security situation deteriorated.
Scores of junta loyalists are endorsed as members of Thailand’s 250-strong senate.
A Venezuelan general called on the country’s armed forces on Sunday to rise up against President Nicolas Maduro, who has relied on the backing of the military to hold on to power despite an economic collapse.
The recalcitrant opposition’s repeated call on the military to partake in the regime change aims to divide and destabilize the country. It is necessary for the government to take strict measures to prevent the potential emergence of “watermelon” soldiers.