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    1. May 15, 2015

      Return to the killing fields

      The skulls are piled neatly behind glass now, targeted by cameras rather than guns or clubs. Candles burn on the steps of...

    2. May 5, 2015

      Cambodia PM goes for mouth over money after Pacquiao loss

      Manny Pacquiao’s defeat by Floyd Mayweather in boxing's “fight of the century” left a lot of sore losers — but few as...

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    1. April 30, 2015

      Short films signal Cambodia’s cultural revival

      In 2009, French-Khmer film-maker Davy Chou came to Cambodia to shoot Golden Slumbers (Le Sommeil d’Or). The feature-length...

    2. April 28, 2015

      Profile: Polen Ly — Cambodian short-film maker

      Polen Ly was five years into a medical degree when, in 2012, he saw his first art house film. “It shocked me,” he says of...

    3. April 23, 2015

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia draws ridicule

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia lurched towards farce on Thursday when its rosy portrayal of the country...

    4. April 17, 2015

      Cambodia commemorates 40 years since rise of Khmer Rouge

      Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Cambodians gathered at a notorious “killing field” on Friday to mourn victims of the mass slaughter...

    5. March 25, 2015

      Mekong authoritarianism a growing test for western partners

      States in Southeast Asia’s Mekong region seem to have learnt at least one lesson from the late Lee Kuan Yew: how to...

    6. March 18, 2015

      FDI flows to SE Asia are not at China’s expense

      China has lagged behind Southeast Asia’s leading economies in attracting foreign direct investment for the second year...

    7. March 12, 2015

      Cambodia under fire over worker rights

      Multinational clothes companies face fresh pressure in their search for low-wage Asian manufacturing after a new report...

    8. March 10, 2015

      The cappuccino kings changing the way Cambodians drink coffee

      Starbucks has not launched in Cambodia yet. But Chang Bunleang, co-founder of Phnom Penh-based Brown Coffee, is ready if it...

    9. March 4, 2015

      Cambodian casinos look to win from China anti-graft crackdown

      Cambodia has long drawn tourists to sights ranging from the Khmer Rouge killing fields to the magnificent temples of Angkor....

    10. beyondbrics

      March 3, 2015

      China and Japan vie for influence with Thai rail projects

      The strategic rivalry between Japan and China in Asia is finding expression not only in territorial disputes in the east...

    11. February 27, 2015

      China and the rosewood carve-up

      Thamarong Somsak had a job in a printing business but he always felt the pull of the outdoors. He’d grown up around the...

    12. February 5, 2015

      China timber demand stokes Southeast Asia tensions

      Soaring demand from China’s new wealthy is fuelling the illicit trade in rare southeast Asian luxury wood, stoking political...

    13. February 2, 2015

      Van’s, Phnom Penh

      Where Phnom Penh, Cambodia WiFi Yes Plug sockets Yes Espresso $3 Open Daily: 11.30am-2.30pm; 5.30pm-1030pm Privacy 3/5 In...

    14. February 1, 2015

      ‘Petulant’ prince eyes return to Cambodian politics

      Hun Sen, Cambodia’s prime minister and Asia’s longest-ruling leader, is notorious for the political tricks he’s used to...

    15. January 15, 2015

      Tensions flare at Australian refugee camp

      Hundreds of asylum seekers at Australia’s detention centre on Manus Island have gone on hunger strike in protest against...

    16. January 11, 2015

      Japan targets Southeast Asia in jostle for regional economic sway

      Japan is stepping up an economic charm offensive in Southeast Asia in the latest sign of rival efforts by leading powers to...

    17. December 28, 2014

      Malaria: Real and present danger

      Ka Lar Nar’s fellow east Myanmar villagers chuckle at the story of his periodic headaches because they know he likes his...

    18. December 28, 2014

      Buddhist militancy triggers international concern

      Shahabadeen Sahira had a traumatic first-hand view of a new wave of militant Buddhist nationalist groups, whose rise across...

    19. December 7, 2014

      Pentagon joins international fight to halt drug-resistant malaria

      The US military is throwing its weight behind an international campaign to stop drug-resistant malaria spreading from...

    20. FT Photo Diary

      December 2, 2014

      Offering alms in Cambodia

      A mother and her daughter pray after offering alms to Buddhist monks near a railway track in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.   ...

    21. November 4, 2014

      Jeans maker launches cheap financing for more ethical factories

      Calling all hipsters: you may just have a new reason to feel better about your skinny jeans. In an attempt to bolster its...

    22. November 4, 2014

      Jeans maker launches cheap financing for more ethical factories

      Calling all hipsters: you may just have a new reason to feel better about your skinny jeans. In an attempt to bolster its...

    23. October 31, 2014

      Short cuts: Updates from London, Djibouti, Cambodia, Tanzania

      London The launch of the film Paddington later this month has sparked a slew of bear-related tourist experiences around the...

    24. FT Photo Diary

      October 29, 2014

      Releasing a dove

      Heng Sinith/AP A Cambodian student releases a dove to mark the 10th anniversary of King Norodom Sihamoni’s coronation, in...

    25. October 6, 2014

      Cambodians claim land grabs are crime against humanity

      Multinationals caught up in allegations of land-grabbing could face fresh legal problems under a claim launched by 10...

    26. August 7, 2014

      Khmer Rouge leaders convicted in Cambodia

      Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Three and a half decades after the genocidal rule of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge ended, a UN-backed war...

    27. July 30, 2014

      Unrest in Thailand and Vietnam keeps holidaymakers away

      Tourists scared away from Thailand by the military coup there should quell their fear and return to a country that is their...

    28. July 28, 2014

      Cambodia: Wave of discontent

      At 29 years and counting, Hun Sen’s lengthy spell as leader of Cambodia ranks alongside only a handful of other fiercely...

    29. beyondbrics

      July 28, 2014

      Guest post: taking care of China’s elderly

      By Ben Simpfendorfer of Silk Road Associates The Yuecheng in Beijing’s southern suburbs is a pleasant looking senior living...

    30. July 27, 2014

      It is high time for Cambodia’s Hun Sen to go

      A year-long political crisis ended last week in Cambodia when the opposition agreed to take up its seats in parliament after...

    31. July 21, 2014

      Asean: Long on optimism

      When online travel search company Skyscanner wanted to expand in Asia, its management decided not to try China first, even...

    32. July 18, 2014

      Rolls-Royces and rags mix on Phnom Penh’s streets

      The twin Rolls-Royces parked outside a Brazilian steakhouse in Phnom Penh this month caught the zeitgeist in a country where...

    33. July 15, 2014

      Cambodian police seize opposition MPs as violence hits protest

      Cambodian security forces seized three high-profile opposition MPs on Tuesday, after the worst clashes for months in the...

    34. FT Photo Diary

      June 12, 2014

      Children working in Anlong Pi landfill

      Omar Havana/Getty Young scavengers fight for a piece of plastic they have found while working between tons of rubbish in the...

    35. June 2, 2014

      World’s smallest stock markets battle growing pains

      Every day, the flip-flop wearing moped drivers who make up the majority of Cambodia’s street traffic can look up at the...

    36. beyondbrics

      May 29, 2014

      Guest post: Cambodia's delicate diplomatic balance

      By Gavin Bowring, Asean Confidential It might seem odd to think of Cambodia as a haven of political stability. Labour...

    37. May 22, 2014

      Rubber fit to burst as supply glut grows

      On the high plateaux of Attapeu province in Laos, farmers since 2007 have been busy planting rubber on terrain still...

    38. April 30, 2014

      Rights groups criticise Australia deal to transfer refugees to Cambodia

      Hundreds of thousands of Cambodians once fled the Khmer Rouge’s killing fields but now the impoverished southeast Asian...

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