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LDESP Indo-Pacific Asia News Update – October 2014

LDESP INDO-PACIFIC ASIA NEWS UPDATE: October 2014

The focus of the 23 October 2014 edition of the LDESP Indo-Pacific Asia News Update is on Cambodia as it grapples with its past and builds its future, as well as the flaring of protests in Hong Kong. Please click here to view the document without having to login.

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What’s Inside:

In Review: Cambodia Grapples with History

The Sleuk Rith Institute: Zaha Hadid’s Soft Hymn to Cambodia’s Fallen,” The Guardian

Cambodia’s Long March Toward Democracy,” Foreign Policy

Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Grand Strategy,” The Diplomat

Drug-Resistant Malaria ‘Growing’ in Cambodia,” BBC

Reporter Shot Dead While Investigating Illegal Logging,” Reporters without Borders

New Headlines: Hong Kong Protests


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