Security Dilemmas of a Small State: Cambodia's Foreign Policy towards China
This author of research argues that Cambodia's relations with China have been driven by three deterministic factors: (1) the revival of perceived security threats from its bigger and historically antagonistic neighbours, Thailand and Vietnam; (2) Phnom Penh's anticipation of a future Sino-centric regional order in Asia; and (3) China's increasingly important political and economic roles in the Kingdom. These three factors are crucial not only for the security and prosperity of Cambodia but also...[Show more]
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