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Grimsditch M, Leakhana K, Sherchan D.  2012.  Access to Land Title in Cambodia: A Study of Systematic Land Registration in Three Cambodian Provinces and the Capital. (November):i-xii,1-163.
Yun M.  2015.  Access to remedy for indigenous peoples affected by corporate activities in Cambodia. Business and Human Rights: Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with Access to Remedy. :187-210.
Kerkvliet BJT.  2006.  Agricultural land in Vietnam: Markets tempered by family, community and socialist practices. Journal of Agrarian Change. 6(3):285-305.
BadeiDha_Moe(BDM).  2020.  Analysis Paper on Land Confiscations in Conflict Areas & Implications for the Peace Process. :1-53.
Kane S, Hackman R, Gritten D, Luangphay T, Phouangmala B.  2017.  Analyzing the enabling environment for transforming forest landscape conflicts: the example of Lao PDR. Land and Poverty Conference 2017: Responsible Land Governance—Towards an Evidence-Based Approach. (March):1-27.
Mark SS.  2016.  Are the Odds of Justice “Stacked” Against Them? Challenges and Opportunities for Securing Land Claims by Smallholder Farmers in Myanmar Critical Asian Studies. 48(3):443-460.
Missingham BD.  2003.  The Assembly of the Poor in Thailand: From Local Struggles to National Protest Movement. :i-viii,1-237.
Mekong_Region_Land_Governance _(MRLG), Land_Information_Working_Group _(LIWG).  2021.  Assessment of the new Land Law and Forestry Law in Lao People's Democratic Republic: Focusing on Customary Rights. (April):1-56.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2015.  Authoritarian resource governance and emerging peasant resistance in the context of Sino-Vietnamese Tree Plantations, Southeastern Laos. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (2):i-iv,1-21.
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Cambodian_Center_for_Human_Rights(CCHR).  2013.  Cambodia: Land in Conflict - An Overview of the Land Situation. (December):i-v,1-50.
Borras_Jr. SM, Franco JC.  2018.  The challenge of locating land-based climate change mitigation and adaptation politics within a social justice perspective: towards an idea of agrarian climate justice. Third World Quarterly. 39(7):1308-1325.
Truong_Thien_Thu _, Perera R.  2011.  Consequences of the two-price system for land in the land and housing market in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Habitat International. 35:30-39.
Nguyễn_Văn_Sửu _.  2004.  Contending Views and Conflicts over Land in the Red River Delta since Decollectivisation. (2):i-xiii,1-290.
Nguyễn_Văn_Sửu _.  2007.  Contending views and conflicts over land In Vietnam's Red River Delta. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 38(02):309-334.
Ngin C, Neef A.  2021.  Contested land restitution processes in Cambodia. Land. 10(5):1-14.
Joshi S.  2020.  Contesting land grabs, negotiating statehood: the politics of international accountability mechanisms and land disputes in rural Cambodia. Third World Quarterly. 41(9):1615-1633.
Mellac M, Castellanet C.  2015.  Convergence under pressure: Different routes to private ownership through land reforms in four Mekong countries (Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam). :1-43.
Global_Witness _.  2015.  The Cost of Luxury: Cambodia’s illegal trade in precious wood with China. (February):1-32.

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