FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Approximately 100 members from each unit of the armed forces, military police and National Police have been deployed to Phnom Penh to “ensure political stability and security” until the new government is formed, a military police official said.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The sidelines of the recent ASEAN ruckus offered a rare glimpse of the political and trading bloc grasping for diplomatic straws. Their failure to produce a closing statement at the summit, a first […]
This article first appeared in The Diplomat By Luke Hunt Australia has beefed up its maritime and military presence along its northern coastline as part of strengthened efforts to further deter people smugglers while officials […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A Khmer Rouge commander who allegedly sent two Australian yachtsmen to Cambodia’s notorious Tuol Sleng interrogation centre, where they were tortured and killed in 1978, has surrendered to officials of a […]