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Middleton, Garcia, Foran.  2009.  Old and New Hydropower Players in the Mekong Region: Agendas and Strategies. Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods, and Governance. :23-54. (208.95 KB)
Foran, Manorom.  2009.  Pak Mun Dam: Perpetually Contested? Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region. :55-80. (260.21 KB)
Baird G, Barney.  2017.  The Political Ecology of Cross-Sectoral Cumulative Impacts: Modern Landscapes, Large Hydropower Dams and Industrial Tree Plantations in Laos and Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):884-910.
Wells-Dang, Soe, Inthakoun, Tola, Socheat, Nguyen, Chabada, Youttananukorn.  2016.  A Political Economy of Environmental Impact Assessment in the Mekong Region. Water Alternatives. 9(1):33-55. (658.15 KB)
Hansson, Hellberg, Öjendal.  2012.  Politics and Development in a Transboundary Watershed: The Case of the Lower Mekong Basin. Politics and Development in a Transboundary Watershed: The Case of the Lower Mekong Basin. :1-18.
Öjendal, Jensen M.  2012.  Politics and Development of the Mekong River Basin: Transboundary Dilemmas and Participatory Ambitions. Politics and Development in a Transboundary Watershed: The Case of the Lower Mekong Basin. :37-59.
Middleton, Pengkam, Tivasuradej.  2017.  Politics of Knowledge, Collective Action and Community Empowerment in Health Impact Assessment in Thailand: The Case of Khao Hinsorn. Water Governance and Collective Action: Mutli-scale Challenges. :70-81(12p).
Suhardiman, Lebel, Nicol, Wong.  2017.  Power and Politics in Water Governance: Revisiting the Role of Collective Action in the Commons. Water Governance and Collective Action: Multi-scale Challenges. :9-20(12p).
Lee, Scurrah.  2009.  Power and Responsibility: The Mekong River Commission and Lower Mekong Mainstream Dams. AMRC, University of Sydney, Oxfam Australia. :55p.. (1.78 MB)
WWF, IES.  2016.  Power Sector Vision 2050: Toward 100% Renewable Energy by 2050 - Greater Mekong: Power Vision Overview (Regional Report Part 1). WWF-World Wide Fund for Nature . :68p.. (1.11 MB)
Weatherby, Eyler.  2017.  Power Shift: Emerging Trends in the GMS Power Sector. Stimson Center - Letters from the Mekong Series. :56p..
Middleton.  2016.  Private Dams, Public Interest in Mainland Southeast Asia: Hydropower Governance in a Beyond-Aid Political Economy. Paper presented at Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia (TRaNS) Conference on: Exploring 'beyond aid' agenda through Southeast Asia's rapidly changing development landscape, Sogang Institute for East Asian Studies, 27-28 May 2016. :25p.. (323.38 KB)
Merme, Ahlers, Gupta.  2014.  Private equity, public affair: Hydropower financing in the Mekong Basin. Global Environmental Change. 24(1):20-29.
IR.  2010.  Protecting Rivers and Rights: The World Commission on Dams Recommendations in Action. International Rivers (IR). (July - WCD +10 years):24p.. (1.13 MB)
IR.  2014.  A Quick Lesson on Environmental Flows. International Rivers (IR). :3p.. (588.86 KB)
Middleton.  2018.  Reciprocal Transboundary Cooperation on the Lancang-Mekong River: Towards an Inclusive and Ecological Relationship. The Center for Social Development Studies (CSDS), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. :8p..
IDI.  2017.  Reckless Development: The IFC’s Dodgy Deals in Southeast Asia. Outsourcing Development: Lifting the Veil on the World Bank Group’s Lending Through Financial Intermediaries (Part 3). (March):16p.. (579.64 KB)
Sneddon, Fox.  2006.  Rethinking Transboundary Waters: A Critical Hydropolitics of the Mekong Basin. Political Geography. 25(2):181-202.
Middleton, Allouche, Gyawali, Allen.  2015.  The Rise and Implications of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Southeast Asia through an Environmental Justice Lens. Water Alternatives. 8(1):627-654. (670.35 KB)
Das.  2017.  The Rising Tide: A New Look at Water and Gender. The World Bank. :66p..
Molle.  2009.  River-Basin Planning and Management: The Social Life of a Concept. Geoforum. 40(3):484-494.