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Ecological Succession on Fallowed Shifting Cultivation Fields: A Review of ...

Claudio O. Delang, Wing Man Li - Business & Economics - 2012 - 135 pages
"The book reviews the literature on the ecological succession of plants on fallowed swiddens in tropical forests. Patterns of ecological succession in tropical forests are ...
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China’s Grain for Green Program: A Review of the Largest Ecological ...

Claudio O. Delang, Zhen Yuan - Technology & Engineering - 2014 - 230 pages
This book provides a comprehensive review of Grain for Green, China’s nationwide program which pays farmers to revert sloping or marginal farm land to trees or grass. The ...
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Measuring Welfare beyond Economics: The genuine progress of Hong Kong and ...

Claudio O. Delang, Yi Hang Yu - Business & Economics - 2015 - 210 pages
Dissatisfaction with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as an indicator of a country’s development or a population’s wellbeing led to the development of the Genuine Progress ...
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"They Came and Destroyed Our Village Again": The Plight of Internally ...

Joseph Saunders - Burma - 2005 - 70 pages
Background. Aung San Sun Kyi, the NLD, and the SPDC'S failed national dialogue -- Fifty years of ethnic conflict -- The Karen -- Ceasefires -- The monk's story. -- Human rights ...
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Secret Genocide: Voices of the Karen of Burma

Daniel Pedersen - 2015
It is almost 60 years since the Karen took up arms against the Burmese dictatorship to fight for an independent homeland, but theirs is a nationalist struggle that shows no ...
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Undaunted: My Struggle for Freedom and Survival in Burma

Zoya Phan - Biography & Autobiography - 2010 - 304 pages
Once a royal kingdom and then part of the British Empire, Burma long held sway in the Western imagination as a mythic place of great beauty. In recent times, Burma has been ...
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After the Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide

Craig Etcheson - History - 2005 - 256 pages
The story of the 25 year effort to bring to justice the architects of the Cambodian genocide, this study explains why those who orchestrated the murder of 2.2 million people ...
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