Julien Oeuillet, Staff Writer

Julien Oeuillet is a reporter from Belgium based in the Asia-Pacific region. He is active in the Anglosphere and the Francosphere (and has a love-hate relationship with both). He is primarily known for his work in the Democratic Republic of Congo where he covered civil conflicts in the Kivu region and their devastating impact on the population. In French, he worked for RTBF, the Belgian public broadcaster, directing tv documentaries and producing radio programs. In English, he wrote on world affairs for the Sydney Morning Herald, the Interpreter, and the Brussels Times. He has published six French-language books and lectured in universities and conferences across Europe. He also covered the Baltic states and made tv reports for the Lithuanian channel LRT.

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Can the West Flip Cambodia?

Though it often behaves like a vassal to China, Cambodia is growing increasingly uncomfortable with its overreliance on Beijing – and that may present the West with an opening.