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Panel (CODE: 35) Agriculture, Food Security and the Commons in ASEAN

          3501   (CODE: 35) Agriculture, Food Security and the Commons in ASEAN Aung Myo Hein THE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS AND RURAL EMPOWERMENT: CASE STUDY IN THE PYAPONE, AYEYARWADDY DELTA REGION, MYANMAR 3502 Htar Htar Ei WHAT LIES BENEATH IN BUILDING RESILIENT LIVELIHOOD IN MIN BU, DRY ZONE OF MYANMAR: WHY SESAME SECTOR HAS BEEN FACING WITH UNCERTAINTIES 3503 Melissa Cate Christ FOOD SECURITY AND THE COMMONS IN ASEAN: THE ROLE OF SINGAPORE 3504 Kolakoth Phommalinh and Chusak Wittayapak SITUATED KNOWLEDGE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF AQUATIC FOOD BIODIVERSITY WITHIN A RICE FIELD ECOSYSTEM: A CASE STUDY OF HOUAY YAE VILLAGE, VANGVIENG DISTRICT IN CENTRAL LAOS                             FULL PAPERS are available on: <https://www.dropbox.com/sh/llj7fdy9kx79ct0/bQ5LID0SOk>      

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Panel (CODE: 36) ASEAN COMMUNITY: POLITICS OF REGIONALISM AND ECONOMIC INTEGRATION

        3601 (CODE: 36) ASEAN COMMUNITY: POLITICS OF REGIONALISM AND ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Ratih Herningtyas and Ade M. Wirasenjaya THE PROBLEM OF STATE-LED REGIONALISM IN ASEAN TRANSFORMATION TOWARD ASEAN COMMUNITY 3602 Khoun Theara RETHINKING THE RELEVANCE OF PREVENTIVE DIPLOMACY IN ASEAN AND POLICY RESPONSES 3603 Nguyen Anh Thu ASEAN AND EU ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 3604 Nguyen Hong Son and Nguyen Man Hung VIETNAM’S EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE ON REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION FROM DOI MOI TO PARTICIPATION IN THE AEC                       FULL PAPERS are available on: <https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tw1fsuuysg64e96/ZPFIbke6OB>      

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Panel (CODE: 39) Identity and Self in Southeast Asia

        3901 (CODE: 39) Identity and Self in Southeast Asia Ridwan Al-Makassary PATTANI CENTRAL MOSQUE: THE SMALL NARRATIVE OF ISLAMIC TEACHING PRACTICES AND VIEWS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE, HUMAN RIGHTS AND ANTICIPATION FOR RADICALISM 3902 Maria Ima Ariate THE NOTIONS OF SELF IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 3303 Pattarada Rittang BECOMING CHRISTIAN MISSIONARIES: SOCIAL MEMORIES AND NETWORKS OF BURMESE KAREN YOUTH AT THE THAILAND-BURMA                     FULL PAPERS are available on: <https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yfdoi8bcbesnj3f/N1ShEpKHwo>      

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Panel (CODE: 40) CSR, Consumer Protection and ASEAN Institutions

        4001 (CODE: 40) CSR, Consumer Protection and ASEAN Institutions Pamungkas Ayudhaning Dewanto DEINSTITUTIONALIZED ASEAN AND ITS EXTERNAL PREFERENCES 4002 Huong Ha NATIONAL AND REGIONAL GOVERNANCE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION IN ASEAN 4003 Nguyen Quoc Viet and Chu Thi Nhuong INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES: THE IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON FDI INFLOWS INTO ASEAN           FULL PAPERS are available on: <https://www.dropbox.com/sh/r0mzzmugfe1iqqz/7NOe_iOHpd>      

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Keynote Speech II: "The Mekong River, Neoliberalism, the Commons and People"

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Dr. Yos Santasombat (Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand) Prof. Dr. Santasombat wrote a book titled "The River of Life: Changing Ecosystems of the Mekong Region" Chiang Mai: Silkworm Press, 2011. ISBN: 978-616-90053-2-2. 224 + xiii pp. Info about his book: <http://www.mekongpress.com/catalog/detail.php?isbn=9786169005322> Chair: Dr. Rosalia Sciortino (Director, Regional Office for Southeast and East Asia, International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Singapore)  Discussant: Congressman Walden Bello (Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines) and Prof. Dr. Philip Hirsch (Australian Mekong Resource Center (AMRC), University of Sydney, Australia) Abstract:  The scope and purpose of this presentation is to raise questions about what is neoliberalism and what are its impact on the Mekong peoples and commons. Definition of neoliberalism as social forces of accumulation by dispossession and redistribution of wealth as well as technology of governing ‘free subjects’ are discussed with examples of the impoverishment of the Mekong peoples at the short end of the neoliberal stick. It concludes by looking at a few ethnographic examples of what people make of their lives and the world as they experience in various ways the massive dislocations of neoliberalism.

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Distinguished Speakers Roundtable Discussion

“Building a Regional Commons in Southeast Asia: Reflection and Proposition” Chair: Prof. Dr. Chayan Vaddhanaphuti (Director, Regional Center for Social Science and Sustainable Development, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Thailand) Discusssants: Dr. Vinod Raina (Chair, Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives/ARENA) Michel Bauwens (P2P Foundation, Chiang Mai, Thailand)  Dr. Pavin Chachavalpongpun (Associate Professor at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University, Japan) Prof. Dr. Supang Chantavanich (Director, Asian Research Center for Migration, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)  

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Coffee Break

The coffee break will be located at three different locations: Prachatipok, Political Science and Economic buildings (which are all closely located from one another).

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Coffee Break

The coffee break will be located at three different locations: Prachatipok, Political Science and Economic buildings (which are all closely located from one another).

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