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Pham_Thu_Thuy _, Moeliono M, Nguyen_Thi_Hien _, Nguyen_Huu_Tho _, Vu_Thi_Hien _.  2012.  The context of REDD+ in Vietnam: Drivers, agents and institutions. :i-xiv,1-79.
Kramer T, Woods K.  2012.  Financing Dispossession: China's Opium Substitution Programme in Northern Burma. :1-89.
Bugalski N.  2012.  A Human Rights Approach to Development of Cambodia's Land Sector. :i-viii,1-50.
Transnational_Institute(TNI).  2012.  Land Grabbing in Dawei (Myanmar/Burma): An (Inter)National Human Rights Concern. :1-15.
Loehr D.  2012.  Land reforms and the tragedy of the anticommons - A case study from Cambodia. Sustainability. 4(4):773-793.
Baird IG, Le Billon P.  2012.  Landscapes of Political Memories: War Legacies and Land Negotiations in Laos. Political Geography. 31(5):290-300.
Oberndorf RB.  2012.  Legal Review of Recently Enacted Farmland Law and Vacant, Fallow and Virgin Lands Management Law: Improving the Legal & Policy Frameworks Relating to Land Management in Myanmar. :i-vi,1-35.
Pilgrim J, Chanrith N, Diepart J-C.  2012.  Multiple Migrations, Displacements and Land Transfers at Ta Kream in Northwest Cambodia. Migration, Rural Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management. :33-56.
Biddulph R.  2012.  REDD and Poverty in Cambodia. :i-iv,1-38.
Subedi SP.  2012.  Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia ADDENDUM: A human rights analysis of economic and other land concessions in Cambodia. (A/HRC/21/63/Add.1/Rev.1 (October)):1-130.
Hoa_Thi_Mong_Pham _, Anderson J, Huong_Thi_Lan_Tran _, Jaffe S, Dzung_The_Nguyen _.  2012.  Revising the Land Law to Enable Sustainable Development in Viet Nam: Summary of Priority Policy Recommendations Drawn from World Bank Studies. :i-viii,1-16.
Anseeuw W, Boche M, Breu T, Giger M, Lay J, Messerli P, Nolte K.  2012.  Transnational Land Deals for Agriculture in the Global South Analytical Report based on the Land Matrix Database. (April):i-x,1-50.
Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_of_the_United_Nations(FAO).  2012.  Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security. :i-vi,1-40.
Springer S.  2011.  Articulated neoliberalism: The specificity of patronage, kleptocracy, and violence in Cambodia's neoliberalization. Environment and Planning A. 43:2554-2570.
Land_Watch_Asia(LWA).  2011.  Cambodia: Fighting for Land Rights amid Shrinking Democratic Space. :1-8.
Ministry_of_Environment_of_Cambodia(ME), United_Nations_Development_Programme_Cambodia(UNDP).  2011.  Cambodia Human Development Report 2011: Building Resilience - The Future of Rural Livelihoods in the Face of Climate Change. :224.
Woods K.  2011.  Ceasefire capitalism: military–private partnerships, resource concessions and military–state building in the Burma–China borderlands. Journal of Peasant Studies. 38(October):747-770.
Andersen KEwers.  2011.  Communal Tenure and the Governance of Common Property Resources in Asia: Lessons from Experiences in Selected Countries. :i-iv,1-45.
Environment_Sustainability_Livelihood _.  2011.  Community Forest Resource Survey Phase II: Greater Project Development Area (GPDA) Vilabouly district, Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR. :i-vii,1-80.
Environmental_Investigation_Agency(EIA).  2011.  Crossroads: The illicit timber trade between Laos and Vietnam. :1-21.
_and_International_Cooperation_Institute(LRICI)Law_Resear.  2011.  Customary Law and Practice in Lao PDR. :i-xxv,1-132.
Amnesty_International _.  2011.  Eviction and Resistance in Cambodia: Five women tell their stories. :1-63.
Ta'ang_Student_and_Youth_Organization(TSYO).  2011.  Grabbing Land: Destructive Development in Ta'ang Region. :1-70.
Bues A.  2011.  Increasing Pressure for Land - Implications for Rural Livelihoods in Developing Countries: The Case of Cambodia. (October):i-v,1-54.
Prachvuthy M.  2011.  Land acquisition by non-local actors and consequences for local development: Impacts of economic land concessions on livelihoods of indigenous communities in Northeastern provinces of Cambodia. LandAc & Royal University of Phnom Penh, Utrecht/Phnom Penh. :1-40.