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Cambodia’s Eight-month Political Deadlock Shows Hints Of Ending

Talks between Cambodia’s ruling party and the opposition to resolve the impasse over last year’s election have been deadlocked for months. The two sides disagree on a number of issues, most significantly reform of the National Election Committee (NEC). But signs of a thaw have emerged, and a meeting between the leaders of the two parties looks increasingly likely.   Cambodia has been in a state of political paralysis since July’s disputed general election, in which the opposition...

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