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Abstract: The article offers an framework to identify causes, effects, perpetuating conditions, and structural roots of agrarian conflicts. Systemic agrarian conflicts were defined as everlasting contradictory claims on who had the rights over access to lands, natural resources, and territories between rural community and concession holders in the business of plantation, forestry, mining, infrastructure, etc. The conflicting claims are perpetuated by significant efforts to delegitimize thedoi:10.31292/jb.v0i37.148 doaj:27f1cf14fc494c71b66548af9abeafa3 fatcat:56zdyo6hjndnjei6oghchwdmg4