Psychological warfare and resistance, ‘Made in Cambodia’ (in three acts and an epilogue)


On 29 July 2018, a single party, the CPP, received 100 per cent of the seats in parliament. In Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Cambodia, there is no separation between party, state and government. Those who challenge his power – the media, NGOs, activists, critics, and trade unions – find themselves in the crosshairs.

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Critics, activists and trade unionists in Cambodia: on the verge of outlaw status?

This article has been translated from Spanish.