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Rabe A.  2013.  Directive 01BB in Ratnakiri Province Cambodia: Issues and Impacts of Private Land Titling in Indigenous Communities. :1-45.
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.
Ravallion M, van de Walle D.  2008.  Land in Transition: Reform and Poverty in Rural Vietnam. :i-xii,1-205.
Regional_Agricultural_Trade_Environment(RATE).  2012.  Cambodia: Regional Agricultural Trade Environment (RATE) Assessment Country Summary. :1-18.
Rerkasem K, Rerkasem B.  1994.  Shifting Cultivation in Thailand: Its Current Situation and Dynamics in the Context of Highland Development. :1-108.
Richardson JW, Nash JB, Tan K, MacDonald M.  2014.  Mental Health Impacts of Forced Land Evictions on Women in Cambodia. Journal of International Development. 26:749-770.
Rights_And_Resources_Initiative(RRI).  2015.  Protected Areas and the Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Current Issues and Future Agenda. :i-vi,1-50.
Roberts K.  2016.  It Takes a Rooted Village: Networked Resistance, Connected Communities, and Adaptive Responses to Forest Tenure Reform in Northern Thailand. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies. 9(1):53-68.
Rose-Jensen SR.  2017.  “Everything We Do Is Democracy”: Women and Youth in Land Rights Social Mobilization in Cambodia. Journal of Mason Graduate Research. 5(1):1-16.
Rungmanee S, Sautouky S, Maw_Thoe_Myar _, Lapanun P, Hayward D, Hirsch P.  2021.  Migration and Women's Land Tenure Security in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region: Case Studies from Thailand, Lao PDR and Myanmar. :i-xii,1-74.
Sato J.  2000.  People in Between: Conversion and Conservation of Forest Lands in Thailand. Development and Change. 31:155-177.
Scheidel A, Work C.  2016.  Large-scale forest plantations for climate change mitigation? New frontiers of deforestation and land grabbing in Cambodia Global governance/politics, climate justice & agrarian/social justice: linkages and challenges. (11):i-iii,1-13.
Schneider A.  2011.  What shall we do without our land? Land Grabs and Resistance in Rural Cambodia International Conference on Global Land Grabbing. (6-8 April):1-35.
Scott S.  2003.  Gender, Household Headship and Entitlements to Land: New Vulnerabilities in Vietnam's Decollectivization. Gender, Technology and Development. 7:233-263.
Scott J.  2009.  The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia. :1-464.
Scurrah N, Hirsch P.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in Cambodia. :32. (504.4 KB)
Scurrah N, Hirsch P, Woods K.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in Myanmar. :32. (568.45 KB)
Sekine Y.  2021.  Emerging ‘agrarian climate justice’ struggles in Myanmar. Journal of Peasant Studies. 48(3):517-540.
Sherchan D.  2015.  Cambodia: The Bitter Taste of Sugar Displacement and Dispossession in Oddar Meanchey Province. :i-x,1-60.
Shwe_Gas_Movement(SGM).  2013.  Good Governance and the Extractive Industry in Burma: Complications of Burma’s Regulatory Framework. :1-18.
Sikor T, Nguyen TQuang.  2007.  Why May Forest Devolution Not Benefit the Rural Poor? Forest Entitlements in Vietnam's Central Highlands World Development. 35(11):2010-2025.