By Agence France-Presse • Mar 23, 2021
The EU and US added new sanctions on top police and military commanders within Myanmar's armed forces on March 22 for their role in the February 1 coup. Meanwhile, pro-democracy demonstrators went back to the streets in defiance of a violent crackdown on protest.
By Gerald Flynn • Feb 10, 2020
On February 12, the EU will hand down its long-awaited verdict regarding Cambodia’s access to the preferential trade scheme Everything But Arms, a decision that looks set to shape the Kingdom for years to come. But what happens next?
By Dr Carlo Bonura • Jan 30, 2020
With Britain finally set to leave the EU on January 31st, Dr Carlo Bonura of London's School of Oriental and African Studies explains the potential implications of the world's most drawn-out break-up for Southeast Asia
By Simon Roughneen • Aug 14, 2019
Citing human rights concerns, the EU is deciding whether to revoke duty-free market access for Cambodia’s exports, even as it tries to boost trade and defence ties with Southeast Asia
Best of 2018
From snouts in the trough to African Swine Fever, Southeast Asia Globe breaks down the stories worth watching in the Year of the Pig
By Editorial • Feb 05, 2019
Cambodia and Myanmar will be forced to pay hefty tariffs to export rice to the European Union – and farmers fear that it will leave both nations’ rice industries in critical condition
By Robin Spiess • Jan 18, 2019
Marco Kalinna, managing director of Cosmos Services, a garment trade supplier in Phnom Penh, and board member of the German Business Group in Cambodia, talks about the European Union’s possible retraction of its Everything But Arms preferential trade agreement with Cambodia
By Tassilo Brinzer • Oct 12, 2018
Cambodia and the EU
With the ruling party squashing political dissent in the lead-up to this month’s election, will the EU react by plunging the Kingdom into economic chaos?
By Leonie Kijewski • Jul 05, 2018