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Rutherford J, Lazarus K, Kelley S, Stannard P.  2008.  Rethinking Investments in Natural Resources: China’s Emerging Role in the Mekong Region. :i-iv,1-62.
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.
Rungmanee S.  2014.  The Dynamic Pathways of Agrarian Transformation in the Northeastern Thai-Lao Borderlands. Australian Geographer. 45(3):341-354.
Rossi A, Nan SNa.  2017.  Neoliberalism and the Integration of Labor and Natural Resources: Contract Farming and Biodiversity Conservation in Northern Thailand. Dreams of Prosperity: Inequality and Integration in Southeast Asia. :55-93.
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.
Rock F.  2004.  Comparative Study on Practices and Lessons in Land Use Planning and Land Allocation in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam. (May):1-57.
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.
Rillo AD, Sombilla MA.  2015.  Enhancing Agricultural Productivity of CLMV Countries: Challenges and Agenda for Reforms. ADBI Working Paper Series. (542):1-26.
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.
Rigg J, Salamanca A, Phongsiri M, Sripun M.  2018.  More farmers, less farming? Understanding the truncated agrarian transition in Thailand World Development. 107:327-337.
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.
Ribot JC, Peluso NL.  2003.  A Theory of Access. Rural Sociology. 68(2):153-181.
Rhoads EL, Wittekind CT.  2018.  Rethinking Land and Property in a “Transitioning” Myanmar: Representations of Isolation, Neglect, and Natural Decline. Journal of Burma Studies. 22(2):171-213.
Research_Advocacy_and_Information_Center(RACC).  2016.  Statistical Analysis of Land Disputes in Cambodia, 2015. :i-vi,1-45.
Rerkasem K, Rerkasem B.  1994.  Shifting Cultivation in Thailand: Its Current Situation and Dynamics in the Context of Highland Development. :1-108.
Regional_Agricultural_Trade_Environment(RATE).  2012.  Cambodia: Regional Agricultural Trade Environment (RATE) Assessment Country Summary. :1-18.
RECOFTC _.  2020.  Social Forestry and Climate Change in the ASEAN Region. :i-viii,1-104.
Ravallion M, van de Walle D.  2008.  Land in Transition: Reform and Poverty in Rural Vietnam. :i-xii,1-205.
Ratner BD.  2011.  Common-Pool Resources, Livelihoods, and Resilience: Critical Challenges for Governance in Cambodia. :i-iv,1-16.
Rao N.  2011.  Women’s Access to Land: An Asian Perspective. :1-20.
Ramsay JAnsil.  1982.  The Limits of Land Reform in Thailand. The Journal of Developing Areas. 16(2):173-196.
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.
Rabe A.  2013.  Directive 01BB in Ratnakiri Province Cambodia: Issues and Impacts of Private Land Titling in Indigenous Communities. :1-45.