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Past articles by Julia:

Beat Richner, Doctor to Cambodia’s Needy Young, Dies at 71

Dr. Richner turned a war-ravaged pediatric hospital in Phnom Penh into a network of five medical centers that now serve one million patients a year. → Read More

Cambodia Frees Australian Filmmaker Convicted of Spying

The arrest and conviction of James Ricketson came to symbolize a crackdown on journalists and opposition figures in Cambodia. → Read More

Jailed for a Year, Cambodian Opposition Leader Is Denied Bail

Kem Sokha, leader of the outlawed Cambodia National Rescue Party, has been held without trial. → Read More

A Newspaper Is Sold, and Cambodians Fear the End of Press Freedom

A Malaysian investor whose firm has done public relations work for Cambodia’s prime minister bought The Phnom Penh Post months before national elections. → Read More

Cambodia’s Ruler Dared Australians to Burn His Effigy, So They Did

Protesters say the visit by the strongman Hun Sen ignores his attacks on free speech and his attempts to influence diaspora communities. → Read More

Fight Over Cambodian Leader’s Facebook ‘Likes’ Reaches a U.S. Court

An opposition politician argues that Hun Sen, the Asian country’s authoritarian premier, has used social media to spread fake news and strengthen his hold on power. → Read More

Cambodia’s Top Court Dissolves Main Opposition Party

The ruling, criticized by the U.N. and by rights groups, eliminated the most viable challenger to the country’s authoritarian leader before elections next year. → Read More

Vann Molyvann, Architect Who Shaped Cambodia’s Capital, Dies at 90

He returned from years in exile only to watch as his buildings and urban planning were dismantled by unbridled capitalism, corruption and urban sprawl. → Read More

Cambodia’s Crackdown: What Happens When an Autocrat Shutters a Newspaper

As Cambodia turns its back on the West, Hun Sen shuts down The Cambodia Daily. → Read More

Cambodia’s Opposition Chief Loses Immunity in Treason Case

Parliament has approved the prosecution of the opposition leader, Kem Sokha, stripping away his last shield in a crackdown by Prime Minister Hun Sen. → Read More

Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

The move comes amid a wider crackdown on dissent ahead of parliamentary elections next year, with a particular focus on groups linked to Washington. → Read More

Cambodian Leader Orders U.S. Charity Shut Down Over Sex Trade Report

Prime Minister Hun Sen accused the group, Agape International Missions, of exaggerating the extent of sex trafficking in a report featured by CNN. → Read More

Cambodia’s Buddhist Monks Find a Second Calling: Political Correspondent

The monks are using social media to report on the nation’s local elections and trying to hold the government accountable. → Read More

Vietnam’s response to climate change? A shrimp and mangrove cocktail

An innovative project capitalises on rising sea levels and salinisation → Read More

Vietnam’s response to climate change? A shrimp and mangrove cocktail

An innovative project capitalises on rising sea levels and salinisation → Read More

Cambodia Appeals to Trump to Forgive War-Era Debt

Cambodia says the United States owes it a moral debt for the devastation it caused. Washington says a loan is a loan. → Read More

A Life Sentence in Cambodia, but Kem Ley’s Murder Is Far From Solved

The man on trial had admitted shooting Mr. Kem Ley, a government critic. But glaring holes in the case, which recalled past assassinations, raise troubling questions. → Read More

They Smashed Banks for Pol Pot. Now They’re Founding Them.

Former soldiers and ex-officials in an old Khmer Rouge redoubt in Cambodia have come to embrace capitalism with almost as much vigor as they once fought to destroy it. → Read More

A Race to Document Rare Plants Before These Cliffs Are Ground to Dust

The species native to Cambodia’s limestone karsts exist nowhere else. Now these unique environments are being pulverized for cement. → Read More

Top Opposition Leader in Cambodia Resigns as Election Nears

The move by Sam Rainsy came after the government began a series of actions that would allow it to dissolve the party he led. → Read More