Sebastian Strangio is a former reporter and editor at the Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia's oldest English-language newspaper. As a freelance correspondent he has reported widely from across the Asia-Pacific, and his writing has appeared in leading publications including The Economist, The Atlantic Monthly, and Foreign Policy. Strangio lives in Phnom Penh.
Despite being free from the friction of meaningful opposition, fresh challenges loom for long-ruling Hun Sen
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has vowed to step down if his party does not prevail at national elections on July 29. It is not a difficult promise for the aging leader to make: Over the past year, his government has effectively removed all meaningful op...