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Book Review: Hun Sen's Cambodia

POST WEEKEND/OCTOBER 18 2014

On January 11, 1979, four days after Vietnamese troops and Cambodian rebels swept into Phnom Penh and toppled the Khmer Rouge regime, the leadership of the freshly proclaimed People’s Republic of Kampuchea touched down at Pochentong airport. 880 more words

Cambodia

Cheeky inequalities in Cambodia.

By government sub-decree, the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has granted a hefty pay raise – to himself and to his long-serving ministers.

Hun Sen and senior government members are set for a monthly salary hike as part of “sweeping changes to senior government and high-ranking civil servant bonuses”. 174 more words

Cambodia

Hun Sen's Cambodia

Hun Sen’s Cambodia, by Sebastian Strangio (blog here), published by Yale University Press and Silkworm Books, will be available at Monument Books from 27 October. 839 more words

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