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· July, 2008

Stories about Cambodia from July, 2008

Cambodia: Unofficial election results

Monivong Boulevard posts the unofficial election results in Cambodia.

Cambodia: Manipulated election results?

Vuthanews reports that opposition parties in Cambodia are calling on the international community to reject the weekend election results claiming they were manipulated and rigged. Khmer Nationality writes about election...

Cambodia: Election day

Today is election day in Cambodia. Workers got a 72-hour break in order to vote in the provinces. Motorcycle diaries and John Vink posted election-related photos.

Cambodia: List of unsolved attacks against journalists

Details are Sketchy provides a list of unsolved attacks against journalists in Cambodia.

Photos of Preah Vihear

John Vink posted several photos of Preah Vihear temple which captured the tension between Thailand and Cambodia. Both countries are claiming the historic site.

Cambodia: Traveling Along The Coastline

Caroline Finlay shares pictures from her three-day motorbike trip along the Cambodian coastline.

Preah Vihear dispute and nationalism

Harry McKinnon blames the “irrational nationalism” of Thai citizens for the rising tension in Preah Vihear temple. Bangkok Pundit believes the upcoming Cambodian election is motivating the opposition to “stoke...

Cambodian and Thai Bloggers on Disputed Preah Vihear Temple

Rising serious tension between Cambodia and Thailand started when UNESCO, on July 7, 2008, declared temple of Preah Vihear as a World Heritage site. The 11th century temple has long...

Cambodia: Preah Vihear victory concert

The Cambodia government held a concert to celebrate the listing of Preah Vihear Temple as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. But tensions are not yet over. Thai troops are still...

G8 Summit expensive menu

Cambodia Calling is “disgusted” by the expensive menu in the G8 Summit in Japan

Southeast Asia: Impact of high oil prices

Filipino journalist Iris Cecilia Gonzales tackles the impact of higher oil prices in the Philippines, Laos and Cambodia.

Cambodia election guide

GV author Caroline Finlay publishes a briefer on the coming Cambodian elections.

Rising oil prices in Cambodia

ZJ mentions the impact of rising oil and gas prices in Cambodia

BarCamp in Malaysia and Cambodia

BarCamp Malaysia 2008 will be on July 26. BarCamp Phnom Penh 2008 will be on September 21.

Preah Vihear and nationalism

Restless Trotter discussed the dangers of misplaced nationalism in many Southeast Asian countries. The blogger cited the growing tension over Preah Vihear temple.

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