[Book Review]: The Secret World of Oil by Ken Silverstein

As energy demand rises, oil remains at the top of all energy consumption. Given its financial weight and political significance, countries are vying for deals to access their oil fields and guarding their energy security.  But who are the actors behind these deals?  Many studies on the oil industry are framed through the geopolitical, political … Continue reading [Book Review]: The Secret World of Oil by Ken Silverstein

[Book Review]: Poor Numbers: How we are misled by African development statistics and what to do about it

Countries are promoting the catch-phrases such as 'evidence-based policy', geared to deal with different public policy issues. Cambodia is not an exception. The Partner organizations have long been providing training courses to support the development of human capital and institutional capacity. They aim to equip government officials with the ability to draft policy based on … Continue reading [Book Review]: Poor Numbers: How we are misled by African development statistics and what to do about it