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Global_Witness _.  2015.  Guns, Cronies, and Crops: How Military, Political and Business Cronies Conspired to Grab Land in Myanmar. :1-54.
Kane S., Gritten D., Sapkota L.M, Bui LThi, Dhiaulhaq A..  2016.  Getting the positives out of forest landscape conflicts. Unasylva. 67(247-248):45-51.
Park CMi Young.  2021.  Gender and generation in rural politics in Myanmar: a missed space for (re)negotiation? Journal of Peasant Studies. 48(3):560-585.
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.
Bourdier F.  2019.  From Confrontation to Mediation: Cambodian Farmers Expelled by a Vietnamese Company. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 38(1):55-76.
Sangawongse S, Fisher R, Prabudhanitisarn S.  2021.  From centralised planning to collaborative urban land use planning: The case of Wat Ket, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Social Sciences & Humanities Open. 4(1):1-10.
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.
Bugalski N, Pred D.  2010.  Formalizing Inequality: Land Titling in Cambodia. :1-10.
Dhiaulhaq A, Wiset K, Thaworn R, Kane S, Gritten D.  2017.  Forest, water and people: The roles and limits of mediation in transforming watershed conflict in Northern Thailand. Forest and Society. 1(2):44-59.
Cotula L.  2014.  Foreign investment, law and sustainable development: A handbook on agriculture and extractive industries. :i-x,1-160.
Mgbako C, Gao RErnie, Joynes E, Cave A, Mikhailevich J.  2010.  Forced Eviction and Resettlement in Cambodia: Case Studies from Phnom Penh. Washington University global studies law review (1546-6981). 9(1):39-76.
The_Munden_Project _.  2012.  The Financial Risks of Insecure Land Tenure: An Investment View. (December):1-34.
Lam_Minh_Chau _.  2019.  “Extremely Rightful” Resistance: Land Appropriation and Rural Agitation in Contemporary Vietnam. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 49(3):343-364.
Gillespie J.  2011.  Exploring the Limits of the Judicialization of Urban Land Disputes in Vietnam. Law and Society Review. 45(2):241-276.
Lette J.  2016.  Experience of Agribusiness Investment in Lao PDR. :1-18.
Amnesty_International _.  2011.  Eviction and Resistance in Cambodia: Five women tell their stories. :1-63.
Elinoff E, Lamb V.  2023.  Environmentalisms in Twenty-First Century Thailand: Continuities, Discontinuities, and Emerging Trajectories. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 53(3):375-397.
Le_Billon P, Lujala P.  2020.  Environmental and land defenders: Global patterns and determinants of repression. Global Environmental Change. 65:1-16.
Gillespie J.  2013.  The emerging role of property rights in land and housing disputes in Hanoi. State, Society and the Market in Contemporary Vietnam: Property, Power and Values. :103-137.
Giraldo OFelipe, Rosset PMichael.  2023.  Emancipatory agroecologies: social and political principles. Journal of Peasant Studies. 50(3):820-850.
United_Nations_Special_Representative_of_the_Secretary-General_for_Human_Rights_in_Cambodia _.  2007.  Economic land concessions in Cambodia: A human rights perspective. (June):1-35.
Sothath N, Sophal C, Cambodian_Economic_Association(CEA).  2012.  Economic Land Concessions and Local Communities. (February):i-vii,1-63.
To_Xuan_Phuc _.  2008.  Does Forest Devolution Benefit the Upland Poor? An Ethnography of Forest Access and Control in Vietnam :1-58.
Human_Rights_Foundation_of_Monland-Burma(HURFOM).  2013.  Disputed Territory: Mon Farmers' Fight Against Unjust Land Acquisition and Barriers to Their Progress. :1-102.
Global_Witness _.  2020.  Defending Tomorrow: The climate crisis and threats against land and environmental defenders. :1-52.

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