David Whitehouse

The author is a freelance journalist in Paris. He co-authored Sam Rainsy’s autobiography, We Didn’t Start the Fire My Struggle for Democracy in Cambodia, published shortly before Sam Rainsy’s last successful return from exile to Cambodia in 2013. 

Kem Sokha’s Trial Offers Path to Ending Cambodia’s Political Crisis

Hun Sen uses the courts to crush the opposition in both political and financial terms.

Why Cambodia’s Hun Sen Can Never Plan for the Future Like Rwanda’s Kagame

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen argues that the international community is unfair in singling out his regime for its record on human rights and...

Sam Rainsy’s Attempted Return to Cambodia Shows Hun Sen Is Running out of Time

Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy told everyone that he would be back in Cambodia for independence day celebrations on November 9. He never made...

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