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2018
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.
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.
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.
U_San_Thein _, Diepart J-C, U_Hlwan_Moe _, Allaverdian C.  2018.  Large-Scale Land Acquisitions for Agricultural Development in Myanmar: A Review of Past and Current Processes. (9):i-vi,72.
Hunsberger C, Work C, Herre R.  2018.  Linking climate change strategies and land conflicts in Cambodia: Evidence from the Greater Aural region. World Development. 108:309-320.
Laungaramsri P, Sengchanh S.  2018.  Negotiating post-resettlement livelihoods: the Chinese special economic zone and its impact in northwestern Laos. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. :1-17.
Human_Rights_Watch _.  2018.  “Nothing for Our Land”: Impact of Land Confiscation on Farmers in Myanmar. :i-v,1-34.
McCarthy S.  2018.  Rule of Law Expedited: Land Title Reform and Justice in Burma (Myanmar). Asian Studies Review. 42(2):229-246.
Ingalls ML, Diepart J-C, Nhu_Truong _, Hayward D, Neil T, Phomphakdy C, Bernhard R, Epprecht M, Nanhthavong V, Vo DH et al..  2018.  State of Land in the Mekong Region. :i-xviii,1-190.
Kenney-Lazar M, Suhardiman D, Dwyer MB.  2018.  State Spaces of Resistance: Industrial Tree Plantations and the Struggle for Land in Laos. Antipode. 50(5):1290-1310.
Schoenberger L, Beban A.  2018.  “They Turn Us into Criminals”: Embodiments of Fear in Cambodian Land Grabbing. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(5):1338-1353.
2017
Hirsch P.  2017.  Afterword: Land Transformations and Exclusion across Regions. Kastom, Property and Ideology: Land Transformations in Melanesia. :405-419.
Cramb R, Manivong V, Newby JC, Sothorn K, Sibat PS.  2017.  Alternatives to land grabbing: exploring conditions for smallholder inclusion in agricultural commodity chains in Southeast Asia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):939-967.
Hunsberger C, Corbera E, Borras SM, Franco JC, Woods K, Work C, de la Rosa R, Eang V, Herre R, Kham SSam et al..  2017.  Climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: towards a landscape-based and collaborative action research agenda. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):305-324.
Beban A, So S, Un K.  2017.  From Force to Legitimation: Rethinking Land Grabs in Cambodia. Development and Change. 48(3):590-612.
Lamb V, Schoenberger L, Middleton C, Un B.  2017.  Gendered eviction, protest and recovery: a feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1215-1234.
Dusek A.  2017.  Ill Fares the Land: Reparations for Housing, Land, and Property Rights Violations in Myanmar. Harvard Human Rights Journal. 30:129-164.
Work C, Thuon R.  2017.  Inside and outside the maps: mutual accommodation and forest destruction in Cambodia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):360-377.
TNI _.  2017.  Re-Asserting Control: Voluntary Return, Restitution and the Right to Land for IDPs and Refugees in Myanmar. (Myanmar Policy Briefing #20):1-34.
Baird IG.  2017.  Resistance and Contingent Contestations to Large-Scale Land Concessions in Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia. Land. 6(16):1-19.

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