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.
In recent months there have been signs of stress on the Cambodian political machinery, argues Tim Frewer.
The current issue of Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia deals with the sensitive, yet significant, topic of monarchies in the region
No-one in the modern history of Southeast Asia has had such a continuous and lasting effect on the politics of their country than the late King Father Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia.
Artist Chris Coles explores the world of Southeast Asian noir.
Part 2 of an extended interview with Milton Osborne about the controversial politics of Norodom Sihanouk whose funeral ceremonies have commenced in Phnom Penh.
An interview with Milton Osborne about the policies, charisma and brutality of Norodom Sihanouk
Nate Thayer, the final journalist to interview Pol Pot before his death in 1998, offers a glimpse into his conversations with former Khmer Rouge leaders.
A former American diplomat in Cambodia and Myanmar reflects on the trickiness of Obama's visit.
Human Rights Watch released a sizzling report today that details the Hun Sen regime's three-decade history of extrajudicial killings.
The ASEAN way, which includes the ‘non-intervention’ principle and consensus-based decision-making, has weakened any possibility of intervention in the now-receding border conflict.
It has become politically correct to write in such manner that everything the late King Norodom Sihanouk achieved for his people has to be belittled.
The notorious Holocaust denier, Israel Shamir, has been making the rounds among Cambodia watchers this week. This time, he's praising Pol Pot!
Following the special edition DVD release of Enemies of the People, I caught up with the film’s British co-producer and director Rob Lemkin, to discuss his views on the film and its contribution to history, dialogue, and reconciliation in Cambodia.