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HUNHungary
HUNHungarian (language)
HUNHundred
HUNHuntingdon (Amtrak station code; Huntingdon, WV)
HUNHacettepe Üniversitesi (Turkey)
HUNHackers Underground Network
HUNHualien, Taiwan - Hualien (Airport Code)
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Paul Chambers, a professor at Naresuan University in Thailand, said Rainsy's rhetoric, though meant to produce political gain, 'increasingly rang true because of China's rapidly expanding economic, political and military influence in Hun Sen's Cambodia'.
organizations, my government, in the same compassionate spirit, agreed to resume this important POW/MIA field mission, regardless (of) the United States visa restriction in place," Hun Sen wrote.
ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights issued the most forthright statement, noting: 'Hun Sen has clearly been engaged in a desperate bid to try to legitimise these elections, including by shipping in international observers with questionable democratic credentials, and by threatening people to vote.
The first is the increasingly prominent role of China as an economic and diplomatic backer of the Hun Sen regime.
The new report, Cambodia's Dirty Dozen, names the 12 military personnel who have been the "backbone" of Hun Sen's "abusive and authoritarian political regime," which he has led since 1985.
In an Instagram account, Dingdong posted a picture showing him and Marian standing behind Hun Sen and Arroyo (photo above).
To give just one example of how such sources might have deepened the author's understanding, Huy Due's Ben Thang Cube [The 'Winning Side] (New York: Osin Books, 2012) offers a wealth of information based on interviews with leading Vietnamese figures and is supported by primary documentation about the Socialist Republic of Vietnam's sponsorship of Hun Sen, explaining why he became its Khmer interlocutor of choice.
"Don't expect to see Hun Sen's death, it is not easy," he said.
In the aftermath of Cambodia's elections in July 2013, Beijing promptly recognized the results and congratulated Prime Minister Hun Sen and his ruling Cambodian People's Party for their victory.
Leaving aside intangibles like style and speed, any close- to moderate-ranging pointer can become a sufficient prairie Hun dog.
Cambodia's long-ruling leader Hun Sen has been re-elected to yet another five-year term, but the emergence of a much stronger opposition party and pressing demands for change from discontented masses make for a bumpy road ahead compared with his previous terms.