How are populations of diverse social and ethnic origins involved in recent processes of biophysical resource grabbing in Venezuela?
What will happen when revenues from extractivism begin to dry up, and the short-term consumer boom, the welfare payments, and the class alliances that go with them, start to unravel?
How is authoritarian populism reconfiguring relationships between timber companies and riberhino communities in Brazilian Amazonia?
Is external investment and dispossession in Appalachia a result of China's ‘socioecological fix’ to climatically precarious capitalist development?
How do dominant political-economic conditions articulate and manifest in rural spaces? This question is central to grasping the contextual dynamics of agrarian change and associated contestations, conflicts and struggles.