Congressional Hearing in US Pushes Cut to Cambodian Aid
- 11 July 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
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At a congressional hearing in Washington on Tuesday that scathingly rebuked Prime Minister Hun Sen and his ruling CPP, a U.S. lawmaker called for legislation to cut American aid to Cambodia following the national election on July 28. Representative Steve Chabot, who chaired the House Subcommittee ...
Renewed US Interest in Region Puts Cambodia in Tough Spot, Analysts Say
- 16 November 2012
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The US “pivot to Asia,” which will be punctuated next week with the Cambodian visit of US President Barack Obama, will likely put Cambodia in a tough spot in the region, caught between the renewed focus of the United States and the increased influence of ...