Violence and the Civilising Process in Cambodia

Roderic Broadhurst joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to talk about state violence versus interpersonal violence, French colonial administration, postcolonialism and modernity, Sihanouk and the Khmer Rouge, Hun Sen and authoritarianism, and the challenges of doing historical sociology across multiple regime types and periods.

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Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia
A Review of PES Implementation In Cambodia

A Review of PES Implementation In Cambodia

Payment for Environmental Services (PES) programs have been implemented in PES and PES-like forms in Cambodia focusing on watershed, biodiversity conservation, recreation/landscape beauty, and...

Institute of Development Studies
Uneven Developments: Toward Inclusive Land Governance in Contemporary Cambodia

Uneven Developments: Toward Inclusive Land Governance in Contemporary Cambodia

This paper, commissioned as part of a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) 'learning journey' on inclusive land governance, inquires whether these reforms constitute durable...

Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia
Self-protection against flood in Cambodia

Self-protection against flood in Cambodia

This research investigated (1) the change in Cambodian’s preference for self‑protection against natural disasters, (2) how groups can influence communities toward self‑protection, (3) the...

The Culture Trip
Top 10 Filipino Contemporary Artists & Where to Find Them

Top 10 Filipino Contemporary Artists & Where to Find Them

With the exception of a few established artists on the international stage, the Filipino art scene was long confined to an insular environment – until about a decade ago. After a 50-year hiatus,...

Southeast Asia Globe
Make or break time for the Mekong

Make or break time for the Mekong

As drought lingers and unfettered dam construction plugs the Mekong river, managing the life-giving waterway becomes ever more crucial. All eyes are now on a new China-led initiative that claims...

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Adizak

NA zsaldridge@gmail.com

Christopher Ankersen

NYU Center for Global Affairs christopher.ankersen@nyu.edu

Cecily D. Cook

Asian Cultural Council ccook@accny.org

Alexander Hinton

Rutgers University / Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights alexanderlhinton@gmail.com

Kosal Path

Brooklyn College, City University of New York kosal.tl@gmail.com Member

Eve Zucker

Yale Council of Southeast Asian Studies; Cornell Southeast Asia Program; CKS, SEAC emzucker@yahoo.com

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