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ខ្ញុំជាទំពាំង (អានក្នុង pdf)
១. ខ្ញុំជាទំពាំងក្នុងសង្គមបើក បាក់ឌុបកក្រើកប្រឡងយកជាប់
ខ្ញុំនៅតែឆ្ងល់កូនខ្មែររៀបរាប់ នេះជាទំលាប់ឬជាយ៉ាងណា? ។
២. ១២ឆ្នាំខ្ញុំប្រឹងរៀនរហូត តែជួនរបូត២ថ្ងៃសីហា
តាមពិតខ្ញុំមិន(មែន)ជាកូនទេវតា(fixed mindset) ខ្ញុំជាអ្នកស្នេហាសិក្សាខ្មីឃ្មាត(growth mindset)។
៣. ប្រឡងពីរថ្ងៃដូចចាប់បង្ខំ ហើយកុំបន្លំថាជាការស្រឡាញ់ជាតិ
មិនគួរអួតអាងអោយធំហួសមាឌ អង្គរកេរជាតិកើតដោយព្បាយាម ។
៤. អប់រំស្រុកខ្មែរត្រូវតែកែរទំរង់ ប្រឡងបាក់ឌុបគួរលប់ចេញភ្លាម
ដើរទាន់ពិភពលោកកូនខ្មែរទារទាម ទំពាំងមិនស្ងៀមចង់រីកធំជាក់ស្តែង ។
ម៉ោង១០ព្រឹក ថ្ងៃទី១៧ ខែសីហា ឆ្នាំ២០១៩
Chinese project in Cambodia raises alarms of military build-up
Op-ed: Kyodo News
Posted at Aug 12 2019 10:27 PM
While Cambodia welcomes an ongoing influx of Chinese tourists, investment and development, the world at large increasingly suspects that China is launching a military buildup in the country for stronger Chinese influence in Southeast Asia.
Dara Sakor, a new China-backed coastal resort in Koh Kong province, located some 400 kilometers southwest of Phnom Penh by road, covers almost 20 percent of the country’s coastline.
Having obtained a 99-year land lease from the Cambodian government, the Chinese developer was allowed to develop on 36,000 hectares of land in the province, raising questions about China’s intentions in Cambodia.
Washington has repeatedly shared its concerns about the matter with Cambodia’s leadership.
In November last year, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence wrote a letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen raising the issue of China’s presence and the land concession in Koh Kong awarded to Union Group.
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Joseph Felter as well as U.S. Congressman Steve Chabot also expressed concerns about the Chinese presence in Cambodia.
But both the Cambodian government and the Chinese company denied the allegations and claim there is no hidden agenda behind the massive project.
Wang Chao, vice president of Union Group, said the $3.8 billion project is part of the “One Belt and One Road Initiative” of Chinese President Xi Jinping and purely for commercial and tourism purposes.Read More …
China’s Cambodian Invasion
Aug 2, 2019 SAM RAINSY
Op-Ed: Project Syndicates
China’s dangerous military expansionism depends on compliant local regimes and inaction on the part of the international community. In the case of Cambodia, which has reportedly given China rights to a naval base, the international community should demand a new general election that does not exclude real challengers.
PARIS – It has long been feared that Cambodia’s growing dependence on China – its largest aid donor, investor, and creditor – would lead to a Chinese military presence in the country. According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, those fears are now coming true.
Like a gambler reliant on a loan shark, Cambodia has, in recent years, racked up massive, opaque debts to China, which it cannot repay. This has given China considerable leverage, enabling it, for example, to evadeUS President Donald Trump’s trade tariffs, by re-routing exports to the United States through Cambodia’s Chinese-owned Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone.
Judging by China’s history of “debt-trap diplomacy,” it was only a matter of time before it used its leverage over Cambodia to strengthen its regional military posture. According to the Wall Street Journal, the time came this spring, when China and Cambodia secretly signed an agreement giving China exclusive rights to a part of Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base on the Gulf of Thailand.
Both the Chinese and Cambodian governments deny the report, which Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen called “made up” and “baseless.” But that should be no surprise: as Hun Sen noted, hosting foreign military bases is illegal in Cambodia, according to the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements that ended its long civil war. Furthermore, as the US Department of State has pointed out, Cambodia has a constitutional commitment to its people to maintain a neutral foreign policy.Read More …