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Geoffrey Cain

I'm a reporter in Southeast Asia covering politics and humanitarian topics. Visit my website at http://www.geoffreycain.net/

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Latest posts by Geoffrey Cain

5 August 2008

Cambodia: Blogging on Genocide

After graduating from Brown University in 2004, the articulate, cunning Elena Lesley was awarded a Henry Luce Scholarship to Cambodia to write for The Phnom Penh Post. With a long-time...

3 August 2007

Cambodia: Net commentators react to Kem Sokha's new Human Rights Party

A new political party has been launched in Cambodia. Human Rights Party (HRP) is being fronted by activist Kem Sokha. Cambodians are commenting online on the new party and the...

24 June 2007

Cambodia: Blogs sharply criticize donor meetings

Hun Sen promised to purge his government of corrupt officials, pleaded for more aid, and was granted his wish, without question, by the international donor community. The decision comes directly...

10 June 2007

Cambodia: Bloggers still skeptical of Khmer Rouge tribunal after agreement

After continuous delays in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia's (ECCC's) tribunal proceedings, the United Nations and the Cambodian Bar Association reached an agreement last week on how...

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