Who profits from the death of Cambodia’s democracy?
As Cambodians head to the polls, Global Witness exposes an elusive club of politically exposed tycoons set to profit from the country's sham election
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How Cambodia’s ruling family are pulling the strings on the economy and amassing vast personal fortunes with extreme consequences for the population.
Don’t be fooled. There is nothing ‘humanitarian’ about Cambodia’s dictatorship
Cambodia’s Prime Minister is an old hand at smoke and mirrors, and he’s up to his tricks again.
Cambodian Democracy Act is a major step forward in the fight against corruption
This is a major step in holding those bent on destroying Cambodia’s democracy to account
New data offers hope for Cambodians who are challenging their government’s aggressive crackdown on critics
As attacks on free speech continue in the country, new data release will help journalists expose corruption and abuse
Cambodia’s “descent into outright dictatorship”
The headline of the last-ever edition of the Cambodia Daily was an apt parting shot for a paper whose motto was ‘all the news, without fear or favour’, and one of just a handful of media outlets in Cambodia not under government control. It's now down to the business community to halt the regime’s march of authoritarianism
Global Witness and Cambodia – key moments
In early 1995, Global Witness carried out its first investigations in Cambodia and Thailand, exposing how the illegal timber trade across the border was bankrolling the war effort of the genocidal Khmer Rouge.
One year since Kem Ley’s assassination, we’re left with more questions than answers
Political assassinations had begun to feel like a thing of the past in Cambodia. That changed a year ago today.