PM calls for non-interference in sovereign nations’ affairs in order to promote peace.
How will increased tensions between world powers affect Cambodia’s foreign policy?
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Public institutions display banners with the slogan “Thanks to Peace” on their fences.
Thousands usher in the new decade with fireworks and celebrations without incident.
Two highly revered Thai Buddhist monks have been recognised by Unesco.
A CPP reminds foreign diplomats not to encourage Sokha to harmful activities.
PM Hun Sen highlights the government’s achievements in maintaining peace.
It is for the first time in nearly 500 years that Cambodia has obtained complete peace and stability, along with remarkable socio-economic development thanks to the leadership of Samdech Hun Sen.
The King lauds the work of the NA and the gov’t for maintaining peace.
The King praises China for its role in advancing the country.
China has been making remarkable contributions to maintaining peace, security and development in the world, said Cambodian government advisor Ek Sam Ol.
PM says peace in the Kingdom is fragile due to interferences from powerful countries.
PM highlights Cambodia’s achievements after becoming Asean member.
Cambodia’s ultimate goal is peace and prosperity. The best way to achieve this goal is to craft a foreign policy that places sustainable economic development at its core.
UN peacekeepers hold a ceremony marking International UN Peacekeeper Day.
Cambodia was the first country from Southeast Asia that registered the support for the Japan-initiated Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy (FOIP).
What’s wrong with the postwar US-led world order? The answer is: not as much as what’s right with it. Australia is a founding member of the existing order and we have more than our share of the world’s good things. The order has worked for us.
Emperor Naruhito urged Japan to work together for world peace as he made his first public appearance Saturday.
During a lull in Afghanistan’s never-ending war, before the fighting season resumes once again in the spring, Taliban fighters recall laying down their Kalashnikovs and, for a brief moment, enjoying a game of cricket.
Defense Minister General Tea Banh said during his speech at the UN that Cambodia is committed to supporting the UN’s action for peace.
Pakistan and India should focus on health and education, Pakistani president said.
Foreign Minister issues a statement for the Mekong-Lancang Cooperation week.
US and Taliban negotiators wrapped up their longest round of consecutive peace talks with progress made but no agreement.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia marked 25 years of promoting democracy, rule of law, social market economy and peace in the Kingdom on March 1 at Raffles Hotel Le Royal.
A state cannot fully develop socially, economically and politically if there is the no peace. In Asia, different conflicts – for varied reasons and end goals – have become a huge hindrance to attaining total peace.
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.
The US and Russia agree to securing travel waivers for Taliban negotiators.
The Central African Republic has reached a peace deal with 14 armed groups.
The US is suspending its participation in the INF treaty, with an eye to full withdrawal in six months. That does not bode well for the future – and especially not for peace in Europe.