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Quick comment: Milton Osborne on Cambodia’s crackdown

In the middle of the night on Saturday, hundreds of police surrounded Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha's house. Despite his parliamentary immunity, they arrested him and took him to the notorious Correctional Center 3 on the border with Vietnam. On Monday, prosecutors announced that they had

The complex legacy of Norodom Sihanouk

Milton Osborne, a Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, Sydney, and the author of four books on the history and politics of Cambodia, including Sihanouk: Prince of Light, Prince of Darkness (1994) has published a detailed obituary of Norodom Sihanouk in The Phnom Penh Post

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: an ambiguous good news story

In a new Lowy Institute Perspectives, Milton Osborne reviews the ambiguous history of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal and analyses its prospects and limitations.He argues that the Cambodian government has been hesitant to see the tribunal come into being, a position shared by China, and that it will only