William Heidt says Prime Minister Hun Sen must roll back restrictions to improve ties with the US.
China cut live coverage of the Golden Horse Awards after a director said she hoped the democratic island could be independent.
A massive hacking operation spying on Australian firms originates from China's ministry of state security, according to a media investigation.
Win Myat Aye says it’s important to consider whether the refugees want to return or not.
Turned in by friend after chiding Supreme Leader over drinks
He calls the reports part of a ‘disinformation campaign’ and says a base would violate the constitution.
British MPs hit out at ‘public nuisance charges used to intimidate and silence pro-democracy figures.’
Huang Wenxun is under formal arrest on suspicion of 'picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.'
The Rohingya fled displaced persons camps in Rakhine state in hopes of getting more food and finding work.
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan committed genocide against ethnic Vietnamese, a judge rules.