Development, Trade and Foreign Affairs

Cambodia’s Foreign Policy: New Structural Paradigm and Way Forward

By Khov Ea Hai, Phnom Penh, December 30, 2016 Significance: after having a new Foreign Minister, H.E. Prak Sokhonn, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has apparently undergone a … Continue reading

December 30, 2016 · Leave a comment

East Asia: Shifting Economic Gravity and Changing Political Landscape

(Source: BBVA research, IMF, and Qauh D., 2011) Phnom Penh, Nov 29, 2016 By KHOV Ea Hai The Western economic supremacy in the world is practically a recent phenomenon as … Continue reading

November 29, 2016 · Leave a comment

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

April 1, 2016 · Leave a comment

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

April 1, 2016 · 1 Comment

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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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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