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Foreign Policy Studies: Cambodia’s Strategic Interests

Central Strategic Interest  The Strategic Rationale of Cambodian foreign policy emphasises the national setting such as security and sovereignty. The term “Strategic” has been wisely used by numbers of scholars, … Continue reading

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Constructing Cambodian Foreign Strategies

Bandung, Indonesia, Feb 24, 2016 By Khov Ea Hai The research develops Cambodia’s interests for checking the impact of a particular international issue whether it has implication to Cambodia or … Continue reading

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Policy Brief: Thailand-Plus One Strategies and Its Implications to Cambodia

By Khov Ea Hai Phnom Penh, Jan 11, 2016 The ideas of moving Japanese labor-intensive production bases from both China and Thailand has been widely discussing around. There are at … Continue reading

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Case Study: South Korea Decisions on Maritime Forces

(Photo: BBC News) Case Study: South Korea Decisions on Maritime Forces The incidence, which is associated with Somali pirate, has great implications to South Korea, not only economically but also … Continue reading

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The Continuity of Diplomatic Practice

(Photo: Mao and Kissinger) The studies of the momentum of the International Relations indeed helps to lay down the fundamental understanding of the real world politics nowadays. The nature of … Continue reading

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States’ Options for Resources: Cooperation or Competition

The newly emerging powers of international actors, such as China, India, and Brazil, within the system of international relations have significantly made complex and hardship for core states’ allocation of … Continue reading

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The Solemn Changes of Diplomatic Practices: Technological Innovation and Structural Change

(Photo: Google source) Article 3 of the Vienna Convention on the Diplomatic Relations and Optional Protocol has enshrined that there are five functions that diplomatic mission consisting of. They are … Continue reading

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POLICY BRIEF: Global Food Insecurity and Implications for Cambodia: What the country can do

The Origin of Food Security General speaking, the food security can be simply referred to the food-producing ability to meet with people’s needs, not only in terms of the adequate … Continue reading

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ANALYTICAL BRIEF: The Disruption in South China Sea and the Implications for RoK

(Photo: BBC News) SUBJECT: The Chinese oil rig was placed near by the Paracel Islands where the disputed water of Sino-Vietnam has taken place. SIGNIFICANCE: The dispute is highly associated with the … Continue reading

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Gandhi Made It: Power of the Indians or Power of the British

(Photo: Mahandas Karamchand Gandhi) Mahandas K. Gandhi, a man who was born in India, had spend a half of his life time to voluntarily offer his services for the sake of the … Continue reading

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The Caged Bird Sings for Freedom

(Photo: Dr Maya Angelou) Maya Angelou, a civil right leader, has been considered as one of the greatest American poets. Her popularities have been reflecting through her achievements as she has … Continue reading

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Cambodian Children’s Fund: A Shining Light from Garbage Dump

(Photo: Scott Neeson and Garbage Kids) Children mean our hopes and our futures, but unfortunately every child would not have the same fate as only few are living in place … Continue reading

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Brief Biography of The Late King Father NORODOM SIHANOUK

[Download: Brief Biography by Ministry of Royal Palace] [Download: The 90th Birthday and the 20th Anniversary of Motherland Return] The Late King Father NORODOM SIHANOUK, the Hero King, the King Father of Independence, … Continue reading

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Jayavaraman VII and Sejong: The Great Moral Kings of Two Nations

(Photo: Jayavaraman VII) Respectively, during the early 13th century Jayavaraman VII had ruled his kingdom known as the Khmer Empire in the mainland of the Southeast Asia; (Photo: Sejong) While during the 14th century, Sejong assumed … Continue reading

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