Sebastian Strangio is a journalist and author focusing on Southeast Asia. Since 2008, his reporting from across the region has appeared in more than 30 leading publications in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Cambodian garment workers uneasy as factories shift to shorter-term contracts that increase pressure, while a labour standards group reports excessive hours and banned solvents that contribute to fainting
"A richly detailed study that goes a long way toward explaining the contradictions, corruption and complexity of Cambodia" — Wall Street Journal
"Essential reading for anyone interested in Cambodia’s recent history." — South China Morning Post
"Mr Strangio has done much original reporting, peeling away the miracle narrative to reveal the bruised fruit beneath." — The Economist
"A must for anyone who wants to understand Hun Sen’s rise to power." — The World Today
"This book will set the standard for years to come.” — Elizabeth Becker