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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.
Mark SSue, Belton B.  2020.  Breaking with the past? The politics of land restitution and the limits to restitutive justice in Myanmar Land Use Policy. 94:1-10.
Mao M, Tongdeelert P, Chumjai P.  2008.  The adoption of the system of rice intensification (SRI) in Tram Kak District, Takeo Province, Cambodia: The case study of leading farmers. Kasetsart Journal - Social Sciences. 29:303-316.
Manushya_Foundation _, Asia_Indigenous_Peoples_Pact(AIPP).  2019.  Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Joint Submission to the UN Universal Period Review 35th Session of the UPR Working Group. :1-18.
Mann E, Luangkhot N.  2008.  Women’s Land and Property Rights under Customary or Traditional Tenure Systems in Five Ethnic Groups in Lao PDR. (Land Policy Study No. 13 under LLTP II):1-87.
Manahan MAnn.  2019.  New Challenges and Strategies: In the Defense of Land and Territory. (4):96.
Malaitham S, Fukuda A, Vichiensan V, Wasuntarasook V.  2020.  Hedonic pricing model of assessed and market land values: A case study in Bangkok metropolitan area, Thailand. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 8(1):153-162.
Mai_Thanh_Dung _, Nguyen_Minh_Khoa _, Phan_Thi_Thu_Huong _.  2021.  Environmental Requirement Integration into the Land Law of Vietnam. Journal of Sustainability Science and Management. 16(7):209-217.
Mahaphonh N, Ngaosrivathana P, Phimphachanh M, Chittasupha S, Pasay S, Jones P.  2007.  Study on Land Conflicts and Conflict Resolution in Lao PDR. (9):i-vi,1-63.
Mahanty S, Dressler W, Milne S, Filer C.  2013.  Unravelling property relations around forest carbon. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 34(2):188-205.
Mahanty S.  2019.  Shadow Economies and the State: A Comparison of Cassava and Timber Networks on the Cambodia-Vietnam Frontier. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 49(2):193-215.
Mahanty S, Milne S.  2016.  Anatomy of a boom: Cassava as a ‘gateway’ crop in Cambodia’s north eastern borderland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 57(2):180-193.
Mahanty S.  2018.  Contingent Sovereignty: Cross-Border Rentals in the Cambodia–Vietnam Borderland. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(3):829-844.
Magliocca NR, Quy_Van_Khuc _, De_Bremond A, Ellicott EA.  2020.  Direct and indirect land-use change caused by large-scale land acquisitions in Cambodia. Environmental Research Letters. 15(2):1-10.
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)
Macqueen D, Campbell J.  2020.  Prosperity in place: Meaningful work for mobile youth that enhances forest landscapes. :i-xii,1-63.
Macpherson CB.  1978.  Property: Mainstream and Critical Positions. :i-x,1-208.
Ma A, Poe_Ei_Phyu _, Knapman C.  2018.  In the land of wise old men: experiences of young women activists in Myanmar. Gender and Development. 26(3):459-476.

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