Hun Sen Circles Opponents Abroad and At Home

Members of Cambodia’s opposition who have fled to Thailand say their whereabouts, activities are monitored.

Cambodia’s Only Remaining Opposition Commune Chief Vows to Carry On

Da Chhean was spared from Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown as he represents a small party – now he is Cambodia’s last commune chief not affiliated with the ruling party.

A Life Spent Striving for National Unity

Son Chhay has been a fixture in Cambodian politics since 1993. A member of the now-dissolved opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), he opted to remain when other party leaders fled the country.

A Life of Upheaval Mirrors Cambodia’s Struggles

Chao Lao, a local leader, is still fighting for reform on the same issues that moved him to join the Khmer Rouge more than four decades ago — social injustice, corruption, land rights and illegal Vietnamese immigration.

“The CPP Will Lead the Country Forever”

Sok Eysan, a CPP spokesman, considers himself a “foot soldier” for the ruling Cambodian People’s Party, waging battle against critics and foes at the behest of higher-ranking commanders.