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2015
Hall R, Edelman M, Borras_Jr. SM, Scoones I, White B, Wolford W.  2015.  Resistance, acquiescence or incorporation? An introduction to land grabbing and political reactions ‘from below’ The Journal of Peasant Studies. 42(3-4):467-488.
Touch S, Neef A.  2015.  Resistance to Land Grabbing and Displacement in Rural Cambodia. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (16)
Suhardiman D, Giordano M, Keovilignavong O, Sotoukee T.  2015.  Revealing the hidden effects of land grabbing through better understanding of farmers’ strategies in dealing with land loss. Land Use Policy. 49:195-202.
McAllister KE.  2015.  Rubber, rights and resistance: the evolution of local struggles against a Chinese rubber concession in Northern Laos. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 42(3-4):817-837.
Asia_Indigenous_Peoples_Pact(AIPP), Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_of_the_United_Nations(FAO), International_Work_Group_for_Indigenous_Affairs(IWGIA).  2015.  Shifting cultivation, livelihood and food security. Edited by Christian Erni. :i-xiv,1-415.
Swift P.  2015.  Transnationalization of Resistance to Economic Land Concessions in Cambodia. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (10):i-iii,1-21.
Dhiaulhaq A, De Bruyn T, Gritten D.  2015.  The use and effectiveness of mediation in forest and land conflict transformation in Southeast Asia: Case studies from Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. Environmental Science and Policy. 45:132-145.
2014
Land_Rights_Network(LN).  2014.  Advocating Forestland Use Rights in Vietnam: Documenting the work of The Forest Peoples Land Rights Network (LandNet). :1-12.
Polack E, Cotula L, Blackmore E, Guttal S.  2014.  Agricultural Investments in Southeast Asia: Legal tools for public accountability. :i-iv,1-25.
Biddulph R.  2014.  Cambodia’s land management and administration project. (086):1-14.
Bourdier F.  2014.  Indigenous Groups in Cambodia: An Updated Situation. :1-35.
Dhiaulhaq A, Yasmi Y, Gritten D, Kelley L, Chandet H.  2014.  Land grabbing and forest conflict in Cambodia: Implications for community and sustainable forest management. Forests under Pressure: Local Responses to Global Issues. :205-216.
Gillespie J, Hualing F, Pham_Duy_Nghia _.  2014.  Land-Taking Disputes in East Asia: A Comparative Analysis and Implications for Vietnam. :1-60.
Myanmar_Centre_for_Responsible_Business(MCRB), Institute_for_Human_Rights_and_Business(IHRB), Danish_Institute_for_Human_Rights(DIHR).  2014.  Myanmar Oil & Gas Sector Wide Impact Assessment - Part 4. Section 1. Stakeholder Engagement & Grievance Mechanisms. :72-82.
Deutsche_Gesellschaft_für_Internationale_Zusammenarbeit(GIZ).  2014.  Participation in and Impacts of Participatory Land Use Planning and Village Development Planning. :1-44.
World_Bank _, Livelihoods_and_Food_Security_Trust_Fund(LIFT), Enlightened_Myanmar_Research(EMR).  2014.  Qualitative Social and Economic Monitoring: Round Four Report. :i-v,1-84.
Dhiaulhaq A, De_Bruyn T, Wiset K, Thaworn R, Gritten D, Yasmi Y, Kritsanarangsan S, Soontornwong S.  2014.  Transformative mediation, a tool for maximising the positives out of forest conflict: A case study from Kanchanaburi, Thailand. Forests Under Pressure - Local Respones to Global Issues. :285-297.
MercyCorps _.  2014.  Visibility Verus Vulnerability: understanding instability and opportunity in Myanmar. :1-18.
Oakland_Institute _.  2014.  The World Bank’s Bad Business in Lao PDR. (Ldc):2013-2015.

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