By Mark Zeitoun
Exisiting theories are likely to play down the unwanted effects of non-violent water conflicts, and what's usually offered as co-operation among international locations hides a deep imbalance and underlying nation of clash among them. Mark Zeitoun's vital paintings exhibits how the recent analytical framework of hydro-hegemony can be utilized to reveal the hidden dynamics of water conflicts world wide and the way, particularly, it yields severe insights into the center East water situation.
Combining large technical wisdom with own event within the box, the writer bargains very important new findings that might curiosity researchers, execs and coverage makers concerned with the politics of the center East and with water clash extra generally.
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