After quite a delay, Volume 52, No. 2 is now available electronically at the publisher’s site.
This issue includes a Feature Section of four research articles on Privilege, Authority and Human Rights in Myanmar, three additional research articles, and four book reviews.
The contents of the Feature Section are:
Revisiting the Wages of Burman-Ness: Contradictions of Privilege in Myanmar by Stephen Campbell & Elliott Prasse-Freeman
Pretending to be States: The Use of Facebook by Armed Groups in Myanmar by Stein Tønnesson, Min Zaw Oo & Ne Lynn Aung
The Vernacularisation of Human Rights Discourse in Myanmar: Rejection, Hybridisation and Strategic Avoidance by Amy Doffegnies & Tamas Wells
The additional Research Articles are:
Threats or Opportunities? Chinese “Proto-Elite” Perceptions of their Regional Neighbours by Qin Pang & Nicholas Thomas
The book reviews are:
Uneasy Military Encounters: The Imperial Politics of Counterinsurgency in Southern Thailand. Reviewed by Rungrawee Chalermsripinyorat
Citizenship in a Caste Polity: Religion, Identity and Belonging in Goa. Reviewed by Kenneth Bo Nielsen
In the Name of the Nation: India and its Northeast. Reviewed by Ganeshdatta Poddar