បញ្ហាត្រូវការពេលវេលាក្នុងការដោះស្រាយ។ ត្រូវតែតាំងចិត្ត ត្រូវអត់ធ្មត់ បន្តដើរទៅមុខ ត្រូវមានក្តីសង្ឃឹម មានស្នាមញញឹម។ ថ្ងៃមួយនោះនឹងមកដល់ ថ្ងៃដែលចម្លើយត្រូវបានឆ្លើយបញ្ជាក់ និងបញ្ហាត្រូវបានដោះស្រាយ។ ជីវិតគឺហត់នឿយ ប៉ុន្តែបើជំនះភាពលំបាក ហត់នឿយទាំងនេះបាន នោះយើងនឹងអាចរកក្តីសុខឃើញមិនខាន យូរឬឆាប់ឱ្យតែខំព្យាយាម៕
One step up, one step down. Two steps up, three steps down. Well, actually, this piece of writing is not about learning how to dance. It is about what happens in our lives. Continue reading
In the past, the world had dealt with issues existing in war time which happened between state and state or among states. After World War II that caused a large number of people dead including soldiers and civilians, states come together to establish rules in order to limit the dead of people, protect civilians and ensure morality during armed conflict, particularly the Hague Law and Geneva Law. Under these humanitarian laws, states’ armed forces are classified as lawful combatants who can perform operation, participate in hostilities and can be a lawful target during war. Also, the law provides a protection to non-combatants including civilians, prisoner of war (POW), wounded, sick, and so on.
However, in this new century, the world has to deal with other type of issue happening in a peace time. It is the act of terrorism committed by terrorist groups. Continue reading
After the end of World War I, on 28 June 1919 at Versailles, Paris, France, the Treaty of Versailles had established and signed by the allied powers including the United States represented by Woodrow Wilson, Great Britain by David Lloyd, France by Clemenceau, Japan and Italy and central power is Germany. Two major purposes of this treaty are to restrict the power of Germany and to ensure peace and security between both parties as well as in the world. It had put a pressure and limitation in reconstruction Germany’s armed force which known as Reichswehr and also demanding this country to make a reparation to the damaged countries such as France and Great Britain. This treaty also led to the establishment of the League of Nations, an intergovernmental organization which established in January 20, 1920 and aimed to promote world peace and stability. However, later on, it turned out that the treaty was fail due to a few significant reasons. The purpose of the article is to identify and analyze the different factors which caused the failure of the Treaty of Versailles. Continue reading
“Everything needs to be PERFECT!,” people say. But they’ve done nothing to fit their words.
Everyone of us like perfection. We like to do things perfectly, see things work out and come out perfectly. It is the fact that perfectionism is good since it makes us feel great, superior, and outstanding. However, nothing is perfect in this world. Continue reading
When in peace, people create war; when in war, people seek for peace. And when not in war people still cannot find peace. So what is the real meaning of peace? Peace has been defined variously, but the question is that does the absence of war really show that the world is in peace? Continue reading
The Mekong region consists of six countries such as Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, and China (Yunnan) which is located along the Mekong river, one of the largest rivers in the world which is approximately 4200 km, and contains abundant natural resources and great biodiversity. Not only sharing the border with one another, Continue reading
After the end of the Cold War, peacekeeping has become an increasingly popular method to solve conflicts around the world. Countries need military to ensure security; regions require peacekeeping force to maintain peace and security. The United Nations has the Security Council, European has North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and African Union has African Standby Force (ASF). How about in Southeast Asia particularly ASEAN? Continue reading
In April 27, 2013, about 600 Cambodian and foreign youth – most of them were high school and university students – appeared on the site of Youth Build. They had volunteered for the Habitat for Humanity Cambodia to help building houses for the Cambodian people living in poverty at Smile Village, Komreal Village, Prey Veng Commune, Dongkor District, Phnom Penh. Continue reading
Several blogs has already been written about this kind of topic – alcohol in Cambodian society and how it impacts, but still I decided to bring it up once again since I’ve already made up my mind, and also the situation is becoming more serious today.
“Be a man!”, “Drink a little!”, “Why did you come here if not to drink?” Sound familiar? These phrases are used by drinkers to persuade people to drink. But this little brings to more. “Alcohol is like love. The first kiss is magic, the second is intimate, the third is routine. After that you take the girl’s clothes off,” said Raymond Chandler, an American novelist. Continue reading