Issue 3 of 2019 published

Issue number 3 of Volume 49 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This is a regular issue of seven research articles and five book reviews.

The research articles are:

“Extremely Rightful” Resistance: Land Appropriation and Rural Agitation in Contemporary Vietnam by Lam Minh Chau

Facebook, Contestation and Poor People’s Politics: Spanning the Urban–Rural Divide in Cambodia? by
Caroline Hughes and Netra Eng

The “Servants” of Dehradun: A Changing Relationship between Municipal Councillors and Voters in India by Tanya Jakimow

Contested Resource Extraction, Anti-Corporate Protests and the Politics of Movement Alliance in Bangladesh by M. Omar Faruque

The Politics of Conditional Citizenship in South Korea: An Analysis of the Print Media by David Hundt, Jessica Walton and Soo Jung Elisha Lee

Organised Labour, Dualisation and Labour Market Reform: Korean Trade Union Strategies in Economic and Social Crisis by Timo Fleckenstein and Soohyun Christine Lee

The Development-Insecurity Nexus in China’s Near-Abroad: Rethinking Cross-Border Economic Integration in an Era of State Transformation by Shahar Hameiri, Lee Jones and Yizheng Zou

The book reviews are:

The Development of Malaysian Capitalism: From British Rule to the Present Day reviewed by Alec Gordon

Thailand. Shifting Ground between the US and a Rising China reviewed by Kevin Hewison

Foreign Direct Investment and the Chinese Economy: A Critical Assessment reviewed by Kosmas Tsokhas

Asia After the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy reviewed by Kanishka Jayasuriya

Reinventing Social Democratic Development: Insights from Indian and Scandinavian Comparisons reviewed by Neil Webster

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