Intro -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Citation Information -- Notes on Contributors -- 1. Resistance, acquiescence or incorporation? An introduction to land grabbing and political reactions 'from below' -- 2. Anything but a story foretold: multiple politics of resistance to the agrarian extractivist project in Guatemala -- 3. Listening to their silence? The political reaction of affected communities to large-scale land acquisitions: insights from Ethiopia -- 4. Land grabbing, legal contention and institutional change in Colombia -- 5. Resistance or participation? Fighting against corporate land access amid political uncertainty in Madagascar -- 6. Policy processes of a land grab: at the interface of politics 'in the air' and politics 'on the ground' in Massingir, Mozambique -- 7. Resistance or adaptation? Ukrainian peasants' responses to large-scale land acquisitions -- 8. Politics from below? Small-, mid- and large-scale land dispossession in Teso, Uganda, and the relevance of scale -- 9. Social struggles in Uganda's Acholiland: understanding responses and resistance to Amuru sugar works -- 10. Territorial restructuring and resistance in Argentina -- 11. Networked, rooted and territorial: green grabbing and resistance in Chiapas -- 12. Guerrilla agriculture? A biopolitical guide to illicit cultivation within an IUCN Category II protected area -- 13. Reclaiming the worker's property: control grabbing, farmworkers and the Las Tunas Accords in Nicaragua -- 14. The 'Goan Impasse': land rights and resistance to SEZs in Goa, India -- 15. Oil palm expansion without enclosure: smallholders and environmental narratives -- 16. Rubber, rights and resistance: the evolution of local struggles against a Chinese rubber concession in Northern Laos -- 17. Space for pluralism? Examining the Malibya land grab.
18. The right to resist: disciplining civil society at Rio+20 -- Index -- Index-I