Journal

New Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 1/2019

This special issue of the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs deals with social movements in Cambodia, including, among other things, the situation of smallholder farmers, environmental accountability and grass-roots mobilization.

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs Vol. 38, No. 1 (2019)

Special issue: Social movements in Cambodia

Editorial

  • Astrid Norén-Nilsson: Introduction: Social Movements in Cambodia
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Research Articles

  • Jean-Christophe Diepart, Chanrith Ngin, Il Oeur: Struggles for Life: Smallholder Farmers’ Resistance and State Land Relations in Contemporary Cambodia
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  • Sokphea Young: Protests, Regulations, and Environmental Accountability in Cambodia
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  • Frédéric Bourdier: From Confrontation to Mediation: Cambodian Farmers Expelled by a Vietnamese Company
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  • Astrid Norén-Nilsson: Kem Ley and Cambodian Citizenship Today: Grass-Roots Mobilisation, Electoral Politics and Individuals
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  • Faizah Binte Zakaria: Religion, Mass Violence, and Illiberal Regimes: Recent Research on the Rohingya in Myanmar
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Book Reviews

  • Antje Missbach: Book review: Unmarked Graves: Death and Survival in the Anti-Communist Violence in East Java, Indonesia
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Award |

For the second time, a young researcher from the GIGA receives the Leibniz Dissertation Award. Dr. Felix Haaß was awarded the prize for his dissertation “Buying Democracy? The Political Economy of Foreign Aid, Power-Sharing Governments, and Post-Conflict Political Development.”

In brief |

Panel discussion with GIGA President Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar at the KörberForum in Hamburg.