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Guttal S.  2006.  Land and Natural Resource Alienation in Cambodia Land Tenure and Ownership. Development. 4(November 2004):1-18.
Guttal S.  2011.  Whose Lands? Whose Resources? Development. 54(1):91-97.
Guttal S, Chrek S.  2016.  An Overview of Large-Scale Investments in the Mekong Region. :1-28.
Gritten D, Lewis SRose, Breukink G, Mo K, Dang_Thi_Thu_Thuy _, Delattre E.  2019.  Assessing forest governance in the countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion. Forests. 10(1):1-16.
Grimsditch M.  2016.  The “Engine of Economic Growth”: An Overview of Private Investment Policies, Trends, and Projects in Cambodia. :i,1-56.
Grimsditch M, Henderson N.  2009.  Untitled: Tenure Insecurity and Inequality in the Cambodian Land Sector. :86.
Grimsditch M, Leakhana K, Sherchan D.  2012.  Access to Land Title in Cambodia: A Study of Systematic Land Registration in Three Cambodian Provinces and the Capital. (November):i-xii,1-163.
W. Green N, Baird IG.  2016.  Capitalizing on Compensation: Hydropower Resettlement and the Commodification and Decommodification of Nature–Society Relations in Southern Laos. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 106(4):853-873.
W. Green N.  2019.  From rice fields to financial assets: Valuing land for microfinance in Cambodia. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 44(4):749-762.
GRAIN _.  2015.  Socially Responsible Farmland Investment: a growing trap. :1-13.
Graf A, Kruckow C, Gemperle S.  2013.  ‘Land Grabbing’ in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Contexts CRITICAL REFLECTION. KOFF Roundtable of November 27th 2012. :1-8.
Government_of_LaoPDR _.  2019.  Decree of the President of the Lao People's Democratic Republic on the Promulgation of the Amended Land Law. Lao Official Gazette. :i,1-64.
Gorman T.  2014.  Fluid dynamics: Water, knowledge, and power in the Mekong Delta. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 45(03):419-426.
Görgen M, Rudloff B, Simons J, Ullenberg A, Väth S, Wimmer L.  2009.  Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Land in developing countries. :1-76.
Goldberg C, Kearns M, Peyronnin H, Spevack B, Vargas S.  2021.  Zoned Out - A Comprehensive Impact Evaluation of Mekong Economic Development Zones. :1-78.
Golay C.  2019.  Research Brief: The Implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas. :1-10.
Goetz A.  2015.  Different Regions, Different Reasons? Comparing Chinese land-consuming outward investments in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (37):i-iii,1-20.
Gobin A, Le_Thi_Thu_Hien _, Le_Trinh_Hai _, Pham_Ha_Linh _, Nguyen_Ngoc_Thang _, Pham_Quang_Vinh _.  2020.  Adaptation to Land Degradation in Southeast Vietnam. Land. 9(9):1-25.
Global_Witness _.  2020.  Defending Tomorrow: The climate crisis and threats against land and environmental defenders. :1-52.
Global_Witness _.  2012.  Dealing with Disclosure: Improving Transparency in Decision-Making Over Large-Scale Aquisitions, Allocations and Investments. :1-70.
Global_Witness _.  2015.  The Cost of Luxury: Cambodia’s illegal trade in precious wood with China. (February):1-32.
Global_Witness _.  2013.  Rubber Barons: How Vietnamese Companies and International Financiers are Driving the Land Grabbing Crisis in Cambodia and Laos. :1-51.
Global_Witness _.  2015.  Guns, Cronies, and Crops: How Military, Political and Business Cronies Conspired to Grab Land in Myanmar. :1-54.
Gittleman A, Brown W.  2014.  A Foreseeable Disaster in Burma: Forced Displacement in the Thilawa Special Economic Zone. (November):1-26.
Gironde C, Peeters A.  2015.  Land Acquisitions in Northeastern Cambodia: Space and Time matters. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (24):i-iii,1-29.

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