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2019
Magliocca NR, Quy_Van_Khuc _, Ellicott EA, de Bremond A.  2019.  Archetypical pathways of direct and indirect land-use change caused by Cambodia’s economic land concessions. Ecology and Society. 24(2)
Cambodian_League_for_the_Promotion_and_Defense_of_Human_Rights(LICADHO), Sahkmakum_Teang_Tnaut(STT).  2019.  Collateral Damage: Land loss and abuses in Cambodia’s microfinance sector. :i-iv,1-26.
Suhardiman D, Kenney-Lazar M, Meinzen-dick R.  2019.  The contested terrain of land governance reform in Myanmar. Critical Asian Studies. 51(3):368-385.
United_Nations_Human_Rights_Council_(NHCR) _.  2019.  Detailed findings of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar. (A/HRC/42/CRP .5):1-190.
Temper L.  2019.  From boomerangs to minefields and catapults: dynamics of trans-local resistance to land-grabs. Journal of Peasant Studies. 46(1):188-216.
Bourdier F.  2019.  From Confrontation to Mediation: Cambodian Farmers Expelled by a Vietnamese Company. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 38(1):55-76.
Lu J, Schönweger O.  2019.  Great expectations: Chinese investment in Laos and the myth of empty land. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):61-78.
Phongsiri M.  2019.  Land Conflict and Land Governance in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region: Case Studies of Urban and Peri-urban in Thailand. Journal of Mekong Societies. 15(1):87-110.
Hirsch P.  2019.  Limits to neoliberal authoritarianism in the politics of land capitalisation in Thailand: beyond the paradox. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. :1-18.
Dwyer M, Vongvisouk T.  2019.  The long land grab: market-assisted enclosure on the China-Lao rubber frontier. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):96-114.
Park CMi Young.  2019.  “Our Lands are Our Lives”: Gendered Experiences of Resistance to Land Grabbing in Rural Cambodia. Feminist Economics. 25(4):21-44.
Woods K.  2019.  Rubber out of the ashes: locating Chinese agribusiness investments in ‘armed sovereignties’ in the Myanmar–China borderlands. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):79-95.
Springate-Baginski O.  2019.  'There is no vacant land'. A primer on defending Myanmar's customary tenure systems. :1-40.
2018
Woods KM.  2018.  The Conflict Resource Economy and Pathways to Peace in Burma. (144):i-ii,1-34.
Talocci G, Boano C.  2018.  The de-politicisation of housing policies: the case of Borei Keila land-sharing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. International Journal of Housing Policy. 18(2):290-311.
Scheidel A, Work C.  2018.  Forest plantations and climate change discourses: New powers of ‘green’ grabbing in Cambodia. Land Use Policy. 77:9-18.
Einzenberger R.  2018.  Frontier Capitalism and Politics of Dispossession in Myanmar: The Case of the Mwetaung (Gullu Mual) Nickel Mine in Chin State. Austrian Journal of South East Asia. 11(1):13-34.
Cornish G, Ramsay R.  2018.  Gender and livelihoods in Myanmar after development-induced resettlement. Forced Migration Review. (59):55-57.
Pierce C, Hurtle L, Bainbridge J.  2018.  Gendered experiences of land confiscation in Myanmar: Insights from eastern Bago Region and Kayin State. :i-iii,1-28.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2018.  Governing Dispossession: Relational Land Grabbing in Laos. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(3):679-694.
Thuon R.  2018.  Holding corporations from middle countries accountable for human rights violations: a case study of the Vietnamese company investment in Cambodia. Globalizations. 15(1):152-167.
Borras_Jr. SM, Liu J, Hu Z, Li H, Wang C, Xu Y, Franco JC, Ye J.  2018.  Land control and crop booms inside China: implications for how we think about the global land rush. Globalizations. 15(1):134-151.
Barbesgaard M.  2018.  A landscape of ocean and land-control grabbing in Northern Tanintharyi, Myanmar. :1-15.

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