Tag Archives: David J.H. Blake

Issue 3 for 2020 published

Issue number 3 of Volume 50 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This issue is the third of the Journal’s 50th year anniversary. It has been available for about two weeks, … Continue reading

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Ideology and water control in Mekong states

“Is Irrigationalism a Dominant Ideology in Securing Hydrotopia in Mekong Nation States?” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2019.1577903) is an article by independent scholar David J. H. Blake from Taunton in the UK. Blake’s abstract states: For over six decades, grandiose proposals calling for … Continue reading

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Issue 5 for 2018 published

Issue number 5 for Volume 48 (2018) of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This number of the journal is a special issue. It also features one additional research article and two … Continue reading

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Laos dam tragedy

The tragic events in Laos where a dam under construction has had a major failure, impacting thousands of people indicates just one of the major risks associated with dams and dam-building. There are also significant negative impacts further downstream. This … Continue reading

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Injustice and Dams in Laos

The fifth article for a collection of articles on Laos being guest edited by Simon Creak and Keith Barney (Party-State Governance and Rule in Laos) has been published. In “Structural Injustice, Slow Violence? The Political Ecology of a ‘Best Practice’ … Continue reading

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