“Evolution and Challenges in Local Governance in Asia”Virtual Summer Program – July/August We are pleased to announce a Call for Applications for early-career scholars who would like to participate in this year’s […]
Sorpong Peou |Ryerson University | Canada When I say that dictators are dumb, I do not mean to suggest that they do not know how to dictate the way their citizens live […]
Were indigenous people complicit with Khmer Rouge to topple Lon Nol regime (the US pro government) in the 1970s?
Pandemics can indeed threaten global peace and security.
How neo-liberal economic development and modernity notions worsen indigenous people’s culture and livelihoods in Cambodia
Sorpong Peou |Ryerson University|Canada This is a preliminary draft on academic freedom for discussion and dialogue among interested Cambodian scholars. I attempt to answer the interesting questions posed by Sokphea Young, University […]
Sokphea Young |University College London|UK This piece explains: i) how the new generation of Chinese investors and companies acquire licenses in a host country of a predominant Sino-diaspora community, and ii) how […]