Hommes et Histoire du Cambodge par SAKOU SAMOTH

Les élites sont liées intimement à l’histoire qui est une science de la connaissance du passé en s’appuyant sur des documents. HOMMES ET HISTOIRE DU CAMBODGE regroupe des articles sélectionnés des historiens, des chercheurs du CNRS, des journalistes et des médias. La biographie des souverains, des politiciens, des écrivains et des scientifiques cambodgiens, morts ou vivants dans ce livre, reflète[…]

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Cambodia-China Relations: Cultural Front

Abstract: Despite Cambodia and China do not share a common border but the two countries had long been in a historic, cultural and commercial relationship. The relationship between the two countries dates back to early 13th century when Zhou Daguan (Chou Ta-kuan; French: Tcheou Ta-Kouan) led a diplomatic expedition mission to Cambodia and received audiences with Cambodia’s King. His memoir[…]

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Cambodian National Assembly Election in 2013: A Sea Change in the Cambodian Political Landscape

  This paper provides an analysis of the Cambodian National Assembly Election in 2013, with regard of electoral institutional settings, political parties, electoral campaign, voter turnout, as well as the election results and their implication for political change in Cambodia. The July 2013 election signaled a sea change in the Cambodian political landscape. For the first time since the re-introduction[…]

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Cambodia-North Korea Relations Since 1964: A Historical Review

  Cambodia has established diplomatic relations with North Korea since mid-1960s. These relations were fostered by Prince Norodom Sihanouk and the late Great Leader Generalissimo Kim Il Sung. These relations were strengthened over the years through high-level visits by the leaders of the two countries. For past decades, the relations between the two countries had been categorized as the unique[…]

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The development triangle Area ‘Potentials, Challenges, Prospects’

Development Triangle Area (DTA) of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam (CLV) was created to maximize the gains from international integration, especially in economic welfare. This specific paragraph indicates the government’s non-deviated political will toward realization of the development along border provinces. The political agenda of the Royal Government of the third legislature stated that the development of borders and rural areas[…]

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Cambodia after Paris Peace Agreement

October 23, 1991 was a historic day for Cambodia and Cambodian people as Comprehensive Political Settlement of the Cambodia Conflict, called Paris Peace Agreement, was signed in Paris. The signatories were the Cambodian factions, the regional powers with an interest in the conflict including Vietnam, China, and Thailand, the United States, the Soviet Union, Japan, France, the United Kingdom, India,[…]

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