Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems

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Ashgate, 2004 - Political Science - 213 pages
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Jack Kalpakian tests the dominant assumption that water disputes cause violent conflict between states and other actors in world politics. Using case studies from arid regions to bias the effort towards this assumption, he finds that issues related to identity have been the real source of conflict in the river basins studied. binding peoples and states in an international river basin.

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