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Carl Middleton
Carl Middleton
Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
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Technical veil, hidden politics: Interrogating the power linkages behind the nexus
J Allouche, C Middleton, D Gyawali
Water Alternatives 8 (1), 2015
2552015
Old and new hydropower players in the Mekong region: Agendas and strategies
C Middleton, J Garcia, T Foran
Contested waterscapes in the Mekong region, 45-76, 2012
1502012
Water and the Nexus
J Allouche, C Middleton, D Gyawali
Nexus Nirvana or Nexus Nullity, 2014
1352014
The Rise and Implications of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Southeast Asia through an Environmental Justice Lens.
C Middleton, J Allouche, D Gyawali, S Allen
Water Alternatives 8 (1), 2015
1152015
Gendered eviction, protest and recovery: a feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia
V Lamb, L Schoenberger, C Middleton, B Un
The Journal of Peasant Studies 44 (6), 1215-1234, 2017
752017
Watershed or powershed? Critical hydropolitics, China and the ‘Lancang-Mekong cooperation framework’
C Middleton, J Allouche
The International Spectator 51 (3), 100-117, 2016
672016
Cambodia‚€™ s Hydropower Development and China‚€™ s Involvement
C Middleton
eSocialSciences Working Papers, 2012
602012
Nexus nirvana or nexus nullity
J Allouche, C Middleton, D Gyawali
A dynamic approach to security and sustainability in the water-energy-food†…, 2014
532014
Hybrid governance of transboundary commons: Insights from Southeast Asia
MA Miller, C Middleton, J Rigg, D Taylor
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (1), 297-313, 2020
492020
The water–food–energy nexus: power, politics, and justice
J Allouche, C Middleton, D Gyawali
Routledge, 2019
402019
Transborder environmental justice in regional energy trade in mainland South-East Asia
C Middleton
ASEAS-Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies 5 (2), 292-315, 2012
372012
Whose risky business? Public–private partnerships, build-operate-transfer and large hydropower dams in the Mekong Region
C Middleton, N Matthews
Hydropower Development in the Mekong Region, 143-168, 2014
302014
New arenas of engagement at the water governance-climate finance nexus? An analysis of the boom and bust of hydropower CDM projects in Vietnam
M Smits, C Middleton
Water Alternatives 7 (3), 561-583, 2014
272014
Transboundary water and electricity governance in mainland Southeast Asia: Linkages, disjunctures and implications
C Middleton, J Dore
International Journal of Water Governance 3 (1), 93-120, 2015
232015
Living with Floods in a Mobile Southeast Asia
C Middleton, R Elmhirst, S Chantavanich
Taylor & Francis, 2017
162017
Neoliberalizing hydropower in the Mekong Basin: The political economy of partial enclosure
C Middleton, C Grundy-Warr, ML Yong
Social Science Journal 43 (2), 299-334, 2013
162013
Migration and floods in Southeast Asia: A mobile political ecology of vulnerability, resilience and social justice
R Elmhirst, C Middleton, BP Resurrecciůn
Living with Floods in a Mobile Southeast Asia, 1-21, 2017
152017
Thailand‚€™ s Commercial Banks‚€™ Role in Financing Dams in Laos and the Case for Sustainable Banking
C Middleton
eSocialSciences Working Papers, 2010
152010
Community organizations for managing water resources around Tonle Sap lake: a myth or reality
C Middleton, P Tola
Modern myths of the Mekong-a critical review of water and development†…, 2008
152008
The sleeping dragon awakes: China’s growing role in the business and politics of hydropower development in the mekong region
C Middleton
Watershed Journal 12, 51-62, 2008
142008
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