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About this book
About this book
Presents a wealth of information covering the global politics of water. With the modern threat of climate change, and the increasing demand on water resources, this title will give an invaluable insight into an increasingly politicized topic.
Is water politics? Towards international water relations JEROEN WARNER AND KAI WEGERICH The politics of sharing water: International law, sovereignty and transboundary rivers and aquifers STEPHEN C. MCCAFFREY AND KATE J. NEVILLE The multi-level governance of water and state-building processes: A longue duree perspective JEREMY ALLOUCHE Hydrosolidarity as water security in the Okavango River Basin PAL ARNE DAVIDSEN Transboundary water interaction: Reconsidering conflict and co-operation MARK ZEITOUN AND NAHO MIRUMACHI Hydro-hegemonic politics: A crossroads on the Euphrates-Tigris? JEROEN WARNER The politics of water and mining in South Africa ANTHONY TURTON Water rights politics RUTGERD BOELENS The politics of gender in water and the gender of water politics MARGREET Z. ZWARTEVEEN Rural poverty reduction: What's irrigation got to do with it? KAI WEGERICH a A--Z GLOSSARY JENS TREFFNER, VINCENT MIOC AND KAI WEGERICH a INTERNATIONAL RIVER BASINS JENS TREFFNER, VINCENT MIOC AND KAI WEGERICH Aral Sea (Amu Darya and Syr Darya) Colorado-Rio Grande-Tijuana Danube Euphrates-Tigris Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna basins Indus Jordan basin La Plata Mekong Murray-Darling Nile basin Okavango Rhine a a a a
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