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March 22, 2013 / By Chhith Sam Ath, Danny Marks
The NGO Forum’s Campaign Against Xayaburi

Since the beginning of 2011, the Rivers Coalition in Cambodia (RCC), led by the NGO Forum on Cambodia, has worked ceaselessly to demand the cancellation of Xayaburi Dam.   RCC has taken

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August 24, 2012 / By David Michel
Plenty of Fish in the Sea? Food Security in the Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is rapidly emerging as an essential crossroads of the global market and a key focus of international politics. Rising flows of trade, investment, people, and ideas

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August 09, 2012
Xayaburi Reaching A Critical Point

By Nhina Le | August 9, 2012

The World Bank has blacklisted the Pöyry Group, which has faced criticism on its research into the Xayaburi hydro dam project. According to the Bank's

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July 17, 2012 / By David Michel
Acid Test: Global Greenhouse Emissions and Indian Ocean Ecosystems

This spotlight highlights Chapter 8, “Environmental Pressures in the Indian Ocean,” in the newly-published Indian Ocean Rising: Maritime Security and Policy Challenges.

By David Michel

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July 16, 2012 / By David Michel, Rupert Herbert-Burns, Caitlyn Antrim, Halae Fuller, Lindsay Dolan
Indian Ocean Rising: Maritime Security and Policy Challenges

The Indian Ocean is rapidly emerging as a key focus of international politics. Its strategic energy reserves and natural resources, the growing importance of its ports and shipping

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