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1. Fisher, M., Maryudi, A., & Sahide, M. A. K. (2017). Forest and Society: Initiating a Southeast Asia Journal for Theoretical, Empirical, and Regional Scholarship. Forest and Society1 (1),  1-7.

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2. Fisher, L. A., Kim, Y. S., Latifah, S., & Mukarom, M. (2017). Managing Forest Conflicts: Perspectives of Indonesia's Forest Management Unit Directors. Forest and Society1 (1), 8-26

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3. Strasser, H. (2017). Corporate Spheres of Responsibility: Architects, Cowboys, and Eco-Warriors in Myanmar's Oil & Gas Industry. Forest and Society1(1), 27-47.

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4. Anderson, B. (2017). People, Land and Poppy: the Political Ecology of Opium and the Historical Impact of Alternative Development in Northwest Thailand. Forest and Society1 (1), 48-59.

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5. Moeliono, M., Pham, T. T., Bong, I. W., Wong, G. Y., & Brockhaus, M. (2017). Social Forestry-why and for whom? A comparison of policies in Vietnam and Indonesia. Forest and Society1(2), 78-97

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6.Affandi, O., Zaitunah, A., & Batubara, R. (2017). Potential Economic and Development Prospects of Non Timber Forest Products in Community Agroforestry Land around Sibolangit Tourism Park. Forest and Society, 1(1), 68-77. 
 
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7. Dhiaulhaq, A., Wiset, K., Thaworn, R., Kane, S., & Gritten, D. (2017). Forest, water and people: The roles and limits of mediation in transforming watershed conflict in Northern Thailand. Forest and Society1(2), 121-136.

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8. Anderson, B., & Jongruck, P. (2017). Forestry, illegibility and illegality in Omkoi, Northwest Thailand. Forest and Society1(2), 98-109.

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9. Salampessy, M. L., Febryano, I. G., & Zulfiani, D. (2017). Bound by debt: Nutmeg trees and changing relations between farmers and agents in a Moluccan agroforestry systems. Forest and Society1 (2), 137-143.

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10. Negi, S., & Giessen, L. (2018). India in international climate governance: Through soft power from REDD to REDD+ policy in favor of relative gains. Forest and Society2(1), 47-64.

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11. Wibowo, A., & Giessen, L. (2018). From voluntary private to mandatory state governance in Indonesian forest certification: Reclaiming authority by bureaucracies. Forest and Society2(1), 28-46.

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12. Kane, S., Dhiaulhaq, A., Sapkota, L. M., & Gritten, D. (2018). Transforming forest landscape conflicts: the promises and perils of global forest management initiatives such as REDD+. Forest and Society2(1), 1-17.

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13.Soma, A. S., & Kubota, T. (2018). Landslide susceptibility map using certainty factor for hazard mitigation in mountainous areas of Ujung-loe watershed in South Sulawesi. Forest and Society2(1), 79-91.

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14.Tongkaemkaew, U., & Chambon, B. (2018). Rubber plantation labor and labor movements as rubber prices decrease in southern Thailand. Forest and Society2(1), 18-27.

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15. Choenkwan, S., & Fisher, M. (2018). Introduction to the special section: Agrarian transformation in Thailand-commodities, landscapes, and livelihoods. Forest and Society2(2), 112-172.

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16.Tongkaemkaew, U., Sukkul, J., Sumkhan, N., Panklang, P., Brauman, A., & Ismail, R. (2018). Litterfall, litter decomposition, soil macrofauna, and nutrient content in rubber monoculture and rubber-based agroforestry plantations. Forest and Society2(2), 138-149.

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17. Cámara-Leret, R., Schuiteman, A., Utteridge, T., Bramley, G., Deverell, R., Fisher, L. A., ... & Scholes, E. (2019). The Manokwari Declaration: Challenges ahead in conserving 70% of Tanah Papua’s forests. Forest and Society3(1), 148-151.
 
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