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2014
Transnational_Institute(TNI).  2014.  Pro-business or Pro-Poor? Making Sense of the Recently Unveiled Draft National Land Use Policy (October):1-24.
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.
Baird IG.  2014.  Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and Access and Exclusion: Obstacles and Opportunities in Cambodia and Laos. Southeast Asian Studies. 3(3):643-668.
Oldenburg C, Neef A.  2014.  Reversing Land Grabs or Aggravating Tenure Insecurity? Competing Perspectives on Economic Land Concessions and Land Titling in Cambodia Law and Development Review. 7(1):49-77.
Centre_for_Development_Oriented_Research_in_Agriculture_and_Livelihood_Systems(CENTDOR).  2014.  Rice-Based Farming Practices in three Provinces Kampong Speu, Kampot and Takeo, Cambodia. :1-76.
Rammohan A, Pritchard B.  2014.  The Role of Landholding as a Determinant of Food and Nutrition Insecurity in Rural Myanmar. World Development. 64:597-608.
Environmental_Investigation_Agency(EIA).  2014.  Routes of Extinction: The corruption and violence destroying Siamese rosewood in the Mekong. :1-25.
To_Xuan_Phuc _, Tran_Huu_Nghi _.  2014.  Rubber Expansion and Forest Protection in Vietnam. :i-viii,1-44.
Fox JM, Castella JChristophe, Ziegler AD, Westley SB.  2014.  Rubber plantations expand in mountainous Southeast Asia: What are the consequences for the environment? Asia Pacific IssuesAsia Pacific Issues. (114):1-8.
Ferguson JM.  2014.  The scramble for the Waste Lands: Tracking colonial legacies, counterinsurgency and international investment through the lens of land laws in Burma/Myanmar. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 35(September 2012):295-311.
Asia_Indigenous_Peoples_Pact(AIPP), International_Work_Group_for_Indigenous_Affairs(IWGIA).  2014.  Shifting Cultivation, Livelihood and Food Security: New and Old Challenges for Indigenous Peoples in Asia. :1-11.
Phuc_Xuan_To _, Mahanty S, Dressler W.  2014.  Social Networks of Corruption in the Vietnamese and Lao Cross-Border Timber Trade. Anthropological Forum. 24(2):1-21.
Hickie S.  2014.  Stalled hope? The resource conflict risk to Myanmar’s political and economic transition :1-32.
Haggblade S, Boughton D, Cho KMar, Denning G, Kloeppinger-Todd R, Oo Z, Sandar TMin, Than TMaung, Wai N_E_M_A, Wilson S et al..  2014.  Strategic Choices Shaping Agricultural Performance and Food Security in Myanmar. Journal of International Affairs. 67(2):55-71.
Saunders J.  2014.  Trade in Illegal Timber: The Response in Vietnam. :1-26.
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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