Back from the dead to plea for his murderers.
Scott Rawlinson puts forward a new explanation for the country's genocide.
Reform and not clampdowns the way to win voters' trust, writes Scott Rawlinson.
Philip Coggan examines an often overlooked but rapidly-growing religion.
Bridget Welsh surveys the rise of a worrying trend in the region.
Thinking differently about environmental reform in Cambodia.
A long history of gendered power relations leave sex workers dangerously vulnerable today.
Will the rise of social media see the fall of Cambodia's 'strongman'?
Lack of governance leads to costly social and environmental impacts.
Rural poor are being abandoned by the climate change scheme, argues Tim Frewer.
Human relocation and Chinese development threaten the country's largest national park.
Tim Frewer examines the rise of extreme Buddhism and ethno-nationalism across the Southeast Asian region
Scott Rawlinson wades into a discussion about Khmer women, sexualisation and gender
Eisel Mazard looks closely at the relationship between Buddhist Studies and contemporary politics in Southeast Asia
Tim Frewer argues the Australian aid industry is captured by those who will pursue the logic of security on behalf of Australians
Scott Rawlinson looks at the paradoxical nature of Cambodia's approach to asylum seekers and refugees.
Sovannarith Keo looks at the persistence of violence and disquiet 18 years after the Paris Peace Agreement
Doug Krugman suggests Thailand and Cambodia need reminding that renewed violence would not be welcome
David Hopkins reflects on Tuol Sleng and explores the different meanings attached to it by political elites, tourists and ordinary Cambodians.
Elections, prime-ministers, princes, riots and penises - New Mandala had it all in 2013. Here are our most popular stories for the year.
Tim Frewer examines the tension between labour and coercive power in Cambodia today
Jame DiBiasio argues the story of Angkor turns out to be far more fluid than the stone remains suggest
Colum Graham presents an intriguing map based on an analysis of Cambodia's 2013 election results
Kimly Ngoun argues that Hun Sen has become a victim of his own success as political attitudes in Cambodia are shaped by new aspirations.