Burma's President forecasts a close fight between his party and Aung San Suu Kyi's party in the next general elections.
Cambodia introduces a new tax on companies that receive economic land concessions.
Buddhists in Burma’s Rakhine state demand the relocation of a Muslim quarter.
Burma’s president leaves the possibility open for another stint in office.
Secretary of State Hillary Cinton informs President Thein Sein that restrictions on imports of Burmese goods will be lifted.
Cambodia agrees to benchmarks to better monitor the use of donor assistance.
They say donors must ensure aid goes to strengthening democracy and human rights in Cambodia.
An opposition leader promises to return a Vietnamese island to Cambodian sovereignty.
Burma’s president will lobby for an end to an import ban during his historic US visit.
A U.S. delegation gives a bleak report after gauging conditions under which the stateless Rohingya live in Burma and Bangladesh.
Five Burmese activists receive the 2012 National Democracy Award.
A Burmese minister says the government is on the brink of a deal with the Kachin ethnic group.
A U.S.-based group dismisses claims it is linked to a plot to oust the Cambodian government.
A magazine will go on trial for reporting on government corruption.
Cambodia says there is no need to reform its electoral body.
The Burmese opposition leader holds private talks with the U.S. President and receives the Congressional Gold Medal.
A Cambodian court charges two in connection with the killing of an investigative reporter.
Burmese democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi says the Rohingya conflict should be resolved through negotiations.
The Burmese opposition leader begins her US visit with a meeting with the top American diplomat.
She will receive the top US civilian award during her hectic three-week visit spanning five states.
Cambodia’s war tribunal releases Pol Pot’s sister-in-law due to her Alzheimer’s disease.
Burmese groups say scores of political dissidents are among the more than 500 prisoners released in a new amnesty.
Burmese authorities free four activists held over copper mine protests.
Cambodia’s war tribunal is considering conditions to the former Khmer Rouge official’s freedom.
The former Khmer Rouge official will leave Cambodian jail due to an ‘incurable’ cognitive disease.
Cambodian police detain a married couple they say have links to the journalist’s murder.
An immigration official says the minority can settle in Burma if individuals meet certain requirements.
The body of a Cambodian reporter who uncovered illegal logging is found in the trunk of his car.
Myanmar villagers demand the end to a mining project and freedom for four detained protesters.
Cambodian activist Mam Sonando’s supporters are kept at bay as his trial opens.