Farmers in central Cambodia want officials to stop a sugar company from taking their land.
Opposition parties and NGOs complain of irregularities in Cambodia’s local elections.
More than a dozen are injured as police open fire on a large demonstration in western Burma.
Ending a nearly week-long visit to Thailand, the opposition leader grapples with a massive Burmese refugee problem.
Cambodia gears up for its third-ever commune-level elections.
In her first international speech, the Burmese opposition leader says she is cautiously optimistic about reforms in the country.
An opposition parliamentarian calls the independence of Cambodia’s judicial system into question.
A former employee of a Cambodian rights watchdog is released at the end of his sentence for distributing political leaflets.
Aung San Suu Kyi visits the home of Thailand’s largest Burmese migrant population.
Burmese officials ask opposition lawmakers to assist in defusing labor and power shortage protests.
The Burmese opposition leader leaves the country for the first time in more than two decades.
Chinese defense minister signs military agreement with Cambodia and meets ASEAN defense ministers over South China Sea dispute.
A trip to Thailand will be her first outside of the country in more than two decades.
Cambodian authorities detain a prominent monk and send 13 women to jail over land eviction demonstrations.
Amid continuing protests, Burmese authorities announce emergency measures in a bid to restore full power supply.
A Burmese court dismisses a government demand for the name of a reporter who wrote on state-linked corruption.
Burmese authorities take some in for questioning after the largest protests in the country in years.
The Southeast Asian nation reiterates its support for the One-China policy that does not recognize Taiwan.
A Cambodian monk is thrown out of his pagoda after observing a political debate.
A U.N. delegation warns of setbacks to treatment and prevention if programs aren't supported.
On their third straight day of protests, Cambodian workers take their demands to the government.
In northern Burma’s Mandalay, as many as 1,000 gather for a candlelit demonstration.
Washington announces a new ambassador and suspends restrictions as a reward for reforms.
Ieng Sary is treated for breathing problems, calling his case into question.
Fighting between the rebels and government troops continues in Burma’s northern border region.
Hundreds of security personnel force villagers to evacuate land in eastern Cambodia.
Democratic reforms in Burma are not yet irreversible, the opposition leader says.
South Korea's leader makes a rare visit to Burma.
Honoring Cambodian environmentalist Chut Wutty, supporters patrol the forest where he was killed.
Cambodians are finding themselves left off voter lists or unable to register ahead of commune elections.