Cambodia’s political development in 2050: A youth’s perspective

Vann Bunna | 21 July 2021 |
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Today is November 9, 2050. Cambodian people are proudly and cheerfully celebrating the 97th anniversary of their country’s Independence Day. Impressively, Cambodia is now a knowledge-based economy and a developed country with a gross national income (GNI) per capita of around US$ 12,600, thanks to strong economic growth and well-functioning democracy for the last few decades.

I am now 56 years old. I am a very proud Cambodian to have witnessed how my country has progressively transformed itself from a lower-middle-income nation in the 2020s to a high-income country in 2050. I have countless great-hearted memories to talk about the Kingdom’s progress; however, given my background in political science, I am strongly motivated to share my perspectives on how impressive Cambodia’s political development in 2050 is.

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