By: D Hillel
355 pages, B/w photos & illus, maps
Argues that no Middle Eastern country can address its own water problem without encroaching upon its neighbours' resources, a situation which is bound to increase tension between states and nations. Hillel explains the historical and cultural aspects affecting the situation and offers suggestions about how this most precious resource can be used co-operatively.
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