Archive for December 11th, 2006

  • A few weeks ago I posted comment by Charles Keyes on Sondhi Limthongkul’s presentation in Seattle. Keyes’ comment was first circulated on the Thailand-Laos-Cambodia (TLC) email list. In response to […]

    Pro-poor programs

    A few weeks ago I posted comment by Charles Keyes on Sondhi Limthongkul’s presentation in Seattle. Keyes’ comment was first circulated on the Thailand-Laos-Cambodia (TLC) email list. In response to […]

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  • Lao Akha women from Muang Sing in north-western Laos cross the border into China on a daily basis to sell non-timber forest products at local markets and buy consumption goods […]

    Civility and savagery at the borderline

    Lao Akha women from Muang Sing in north-western Laos cross the border into China on a daily basis to sell non-timber forest products at local markets and buy consumption goods […]

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  • The Surayud regime now seems interested in supporting OTOP, but with some interesting new twists. Todays Nation reports: Industry Minister Kosit Panpiemras has been inspired to revamp and rename the […]

    Products in tandem!

    The Surayud regime now seems interested in supporting OTOP, but with some interesting new twists. Todays Nation reports: Industry Minister Kosit Panpiemras has been inspired to revamp and rename the […]

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  • New Mandala reader Joe Hill has provided this brief account of increasing pollution in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap. Given the regional ecological significance of this massive lake, and its crucial role […]

    Dirty deals in Tonle Sap

    New Mandala reader Joe Hill has provided this brief account of increasing pollution in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap. Given the regional ecological significance of this massive lake, and its crucial role […]

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