Summit leaders should push Cambodia on human rights failures
Commentary: Government is cracking down on free expression over land ownership and forced evictions.
ASEAN leaders sign human rights declaration at Cambodia summit
ASEAN members have hailed the document as a milestone, but human rights activists are critical.
Cambodian villagers' SOS to Obama lands them in jail
How not to stifle dissidence in advance of a presidential visit
7-Eleven in Southeast Asia: The rise of a junk food empire
A Texas-born quickie mart chain explodes across tropical Asia.
Screw off, beggars. Obama's coming to Cambodia.
Phnom Penh Post: street kids to be hidden from view before presidential visit
For Southeast Asians, Obama’s re-election offers continuity
Poor villagers in the region can cite Obama’s name while even college grads may be stumped if asked to name his Republican rival.
Laos to start building Mekong 'mega dam' this week
The government in Laos says construction of its controversial dam on the Mekong river will begin in a few days' time.
Asian bloggers discuss Internet freedom at Cambodia conference
Got freedom? Asian bloggers from across the region discuss Internet freedom and the art of the Internet at Siem Reap, Cambodia Blogfest 2012 festival
A Friday in Cambodia: Greenwood takes over @GlobalPost
Apparently, no bus ride in Cambodia is complete without karaoke and the driver driving on the wrong side of the road, at least some of the time.
The tale of the Malaysian breast ghost, and 5 other global scary stories
Just in time for Halloween, here’s a sampling of spooky legends from around the world.
How China wields 'soft power' in the Golden Triangle
As the world focuses on China’s actions in the South China Sea, the Asian giant exercises a different kind of power along the Mekong border.
Cambodians gather by the thousands to honor fallen King on last day of official mourning period
Monks held a mass meditation to venerate the memory of Norodom Sihanouk, the popular former Cambodian king who persisted through decades of unrest.
Thais and Cambodians tiff over reporter appearing to step on image of recently deceased Cambodian King Sihanouk (VIDEO)
Thailand tells social media users not to "like" Facebook image of Thai reporter appearing to tread upon image of Cambodia's King Sihanouk
Cambodians gather to mourn King Sihanouk
Droves of Cambodians turned out to honor the deceased King of Cambodia, Norodom Sihanouk, who died at the age of 89 after a uniquely dramatic reign.
King Norodom Sihanouk's body returns to Cambodia
King Norodom Sihanouk's death will be mourned for a week.
Former King Sihanouk is dead. What's next for Cambodia's monarchy?
Defender of the palace leaves behind a struggling institution
Former Cambodian king Norodom Sihanouk dead at 89 (PHOTOS)
The former king was an influential part of Cambodia's troubled history.
Cambodia: shrinking forests breed violence
Three activists and villagers have died this year because of logging and land grabbing in Cambodia.
Cambodia: garment workers making US brands stitch 'til they faint
The enduring phenomenon of mass factory faintings
Cambodia: the secession plot that wasn't
Activist accused of inciting Cambodian village to secede gets 20 years
Skateistan opens covered skateboard facility for youth in Cambodia (VIDEO)
Skating in Phnom Penh? It's possible thanks to Skateistan, an NGO that hopes to reach street kids in Cambodia (and Afghanistan) via a skateboard
Khmer Rouge "First Lady" too senile for punishment
Courts rule Pol Pot's sister-in-law unfit for trial
Couple arrested in connection with murder of Cambodian journalist
Journalist Hang Serei Oudom disappeared Sunday, and was found dead in the trunk of a car in Ratanakiri province
Cambodia: UN court frees 'sick' Khmer Rouge leader leng Thirith
Former Khmer Rouge leader leng Thirith is to be set free after a Cambodian court ruled she was too sick to stand trial on charges of genocide.
Cambodia tries to solve its baby-stealing problem
On Jan. 1, the country will resume foreign adoptions. Critics fear that hustlers will profit.
Pirate Bay co-founder is deported from Cambodia, arrested in Sweden
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg likely to face charges related to infamous filesharing website, as well as separate Swedish IT hacker attacks
Sweden gives $59 million in aid to Cambodia, soon after Cambodia agrees to deport The Pirate Bay cofounder
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg faces immediate deportation from Cambodia, as Sweden announces $59 million in aid - as some speculate Warg's arrest wasn't over piracy site at all.
Pirate Bay Co-Founder will be deported from Cambodia, say authorities
Although Gottfrid Svartholm Warg will be deported, it remains unclear if he will be sent back to Sweden or to another location
Pirate Bay co-founder arrested in Cambodia at Sweden's request
It is unclear if Pirate Bay cofounder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg will be extradited back to his native Sweden or not.
Khmer Rouge tribunal nearly broke, risks collapse
Asia's most monumental war crimes commission ekes by, check to check.
Cambodia: a newly discovered killing field?
Roughly 20 skulls found at Khmer Rouge mass grave. Will teams unearth more?