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- Zhaohui Wang, Infrastructure and politics: Why the Belt and Road Initiative proceeded differently in Malaysia and Indonesia
- Binh N. Nguyen, Sarah Turner, Turf wars: The livelihood and mobility frictions of motorbike taxi drivers on Hanoi’s streets
- Tessa D. Toumbourou, Wolfram H. Dressler, Anna Sanders, Ekawati Liu, Trent Brown, Ariane Utomo, Who are the future farmers? Media representations of youth in agriculture, food security and ‘modern’ farming in Indonesia
- Jenny Munro, Yohana Baransano, From saving to survivance: Rethinking Indigenous Papuan women’s vulnerabilities in Jayapura, Indonesia
- Sae Won Chung, Yongmin Kim, Reconsidering North Korean defectors: Social and semantic network analyses of YouTube videos on North Korean defectors
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- Bama Andika Putra, The rise of paragunboat diplomacy as a maritime diplomatic instrument: Indonesia’s constabulary forces and tensions in the North Natuna Seas
- R. S. Aswani, Shambhu Sajith & Anil Kumar, Can offshore wind energy bridge geopolitical asymmetries through cooperative sustainable development in South China Sea?
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- Thi Gammon, Your Bodies are Our Future: Vietnamese Men’s Engagement with Korean Television Dramas as a Technology of the Self
- Li-chia Lo, Facilitating the Market with a Gift: The Politics of the ECFA between China and Taiwan (2008–2016)
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- Fangzhu Lu, Zhongbin Huang, Tianguang Meng, Official Media as Emotional Valves: How Official Media Guides Nationalism on Chinese Social Media
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- Irene Menéndez González, Erica Owen, and Stefanie Walter, Low-Skill Products by High-Skill Workers: The Distributive Effects of Trade in Emerging and Developing Countries
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- Abigail S. Hornstein, Kanda Naknoi, FDI commitments increase when uncertainty is resolved: Evidence from Asia
- David Cuberes, Achim Schmillen, Marc Teignier, The aggregate gains of eliminating gender and ethnic gaps in the Malaysian labor market
- Rendra A.A. Putra, Kostiantyn Ovsiannikov, Koji Kotani, COVID-19-associated income loss and job loss: Evidence from Indonesia
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- Alexandra Kaloyanides, The flower, then the sword: The militarisation of Burma’s most beautiful book
- Edoardo Siani, Co-opting the stars: Divination and the politics of resistance in Buddhist Thailand
- Bibiana Yee-ying Wong, Making disciples of all nations: Bishop Carlo van Melckebeke and his apostolate to overseas Chinese 1953–77
- Yin Cao, The Yunnan–Burma railway, 1860s–1940s: Imagining, planning and rejecting a railway that was never built
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- Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Abdulrasheed Zakari, Naoyuki Yoshino, and Irfan Khan, Leveraging on energy security to alleviate poverty in Asian economies
- Linhai Zhao and Ehsan Rasoulinezhad, How has the coronavirus outbreak affected economic poverty in different Asian regions?
- Xiaohan Jiang, Jianwen Zhou, Mingyang Wang, Chunlong Dong, and Amir Ishaque, Does energy efficiency matter for poverty alleviation and economic growth? A fresh empirical insight from an Asian perspective
- Zhen Liu, Mohammad Maruf Hasan, Li Xuan, Hayat Berk Saydaliev, Jing Lan, and Wasim Iqbal, Trilemma association of education, income and poverty alleviation: managerial implications for inclusive economic growth
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