Forests and conflict in Cambodia
This Comment focuses on relationships between forests and conflicts and the way these can change over time. It examines the case of Cambodia, where one type of conflict timber scenario has quickly given way to another. It concludes by highlighting some of the main lessons from the Cambodia example that may have a bearing on post - conflict forest management in other countries where timber exploitation has formed part of the war economy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Global Witness, P.O. Box 6042, London, N19 5WP, UK.
Publication date: June 1, 2005
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- The International Forestry Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research and review papers on all aspects of forest policy and science, with an emphasis on issues of transnational significance. It is published four times per year, in March, June, September and December. Theme editions are a regular feature and attract a wide audience.
The IFR is part of The Global Forest Information Service - GFIS
International Forestry Review has a 5-year impact factor of 1.733
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