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Edited By: L Ohlsson
230 pages, figs, maps
Addresses two major themes; water availability as a constraint on development, and water scarcity as a source of international conflict with examples from the Nile, Euphrates, Tigris, India, and the Mekong Basin.
The role of water and the origins of conflict, Leif Ohlsson; the Nile - source of life, source of conflict, Jan Hultin; water and the Arab-Israeli conflict, Helena Lindholm; Turkey, Syria and Iraq - a hydropolitical security complex, Michael Schulz; India - the domestic and international politics of water scarcity, Elizabeth Corell and Ashok Swain; southeast Asia - co-operation or conflict over water?, Joakim Ojendal; looming water crisis - new approaches are inevitable, Malin Falkenmark and Jan Lundqvist.
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