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Water Warfare
RIVERS OF CONFLICT OR RIVERS OF PEACE: WATER SHARING BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA  By Prof. Pranab Kumar Ray

All natural elements of the Earth s system are limited by their presence in space and time. This applies particularly to clean water, critical for growth and survival. ...Read more >

30 Pages
4.58 MB
“WATER SHARING CONFLICTS AND THE THREAT TO INTERNATIONAL PEACE”  By Kathleen Kuehnast

Good afternoon and thank you to the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia and Emerging Threats Chairman Rohrabacher, Ranking Member Keating, and other members of the Subcommittee for this opportunity to testify before you ...Read more >

6 Pages
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“WATER SHARING CONFLICTS AND THE THREAT TO INTERNATIONAL PEACE”   By Testimony of Amanda E. Wooden

In Central Asia, a direct relationship between water scarcity and interstate conflict is an unlikely scenario. The main water disputes concern the water-energy nexus. ...Read more >

8 Pages
315.99 KB
RIVERS OF CONFLICT OR RIVERS OF PEACE: WATER SHARING BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA  By Prof. Pranab Kumar Ray

All natural elements of the Earth s system are limited by their presence in space and time. This applies particularly to clean water, critical for growth and ...Read more >

30 Pages
4.58 MB
WATER SECTOR IN PAKISTAN  By MEDHA BISHT

This monograph explores and assesses the status of the water sector/ resources in Pakistan. The purpose is to understand and delineate Pakistans water policies, politics, and management ...Read more >

126 Pages
1.83 MB
THE INDUS EQUATION  

Like most rivers in the world, the Indus River in South Asia does not recognize political boundaries. It crosses over Tibet, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan before finally emptying into the Arabian Sea at the foot of the Sindh province in ...Read more >

47 Pages
928.73 KB
RUNNING ON EMPTY : PAKISTANS WATER CRISIS  

Water shortages, warns the South Asia scholar Anatol Lieven, present the greatest future threat to the viability of Pakistan as a state and a society. While this assertion may be overblown, one can hardly dispute its underlying premise: Pakistans water situation is extremely ...Read more >

187 Pages
1.71 MB
WATER SECURITY FOR INDIA : THE EXTERNAL DYNAMICS  

Water security implies affordable access to clean water for agricultural, industrial and household usage and is thus an important part of human security. Water along with food and energy forms a critical part of the 'new security agenda' and redefines the understanding of security as a basis for policy-response and longterm ...Read more >

121 Pages
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CHINA AND THE RIVER BRAHMAPUTRA   

As China and India gain economic heft, they are drawing ever more international attention at the time of an ongoing global shift of power to Asia. Their underlying strategic dissonance and rivalry, however, usually attracts less notice. As its power grows, China seems determined to choke off Asian competitors, a tendency reflected in its hardening stance toward India. This includes aggressive patrolling of the disputed Himalayan frontier by the People’s Liberation Army, many violations of the ...Read more >

2 Pages
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WATER AND FOOD SECURITY EXPERIENCES IN INDIA AND CHINA  

The twin challenges of accessing water and energy for food and agriculture are central to reducing poverty and hunger in Asia. Despite the green revolution's success, the continent is home to two thirds of the world's poor and ...Read more >

48 Pages
3.14 MB
DEEP WELLS AND PRUDENCE : TOWARDS PRAGMATIC ACTION FOR ADDRESSING GROUNDWATER OVEREXPLOITATION IN INDIA  

India is the largest groundwater user in the world, with an estimated usage of around 230 cubic kilometers per year, more than a quarter of the global total. With more than 60 percent of ...Read more >

120 Pages
3.10 MB
50 YEARS OF INDUS WATER TREATY : WILL IT SURVIVE?  

In an attempt to question whether the Indus Water Treaty holds any tangible ground in todays day and age, this paper tracks the origins of the basic conflict, its origins and the detailed history that eventually led to it being drafted and signed in ...Read more >

3 Pages
198.66 KB
DECIPHERING ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS  

RIVERS, lakes and groundwater aquifers have been abstracted, dried and ecologically degraded worldwide by humans, especially during the last two centuries. The scale of human economic activity has grown exponentially and so has intervention into the natural systems to gain access to increasing volumes of ...Read more >

7 Pages
219.62 KB
HYDRO-POLITICS, THE INDUS WATER TREATY AND CLIMATE CHANGE  

DISCUSSIONS on the Indus rivers have become overwhelmingly strategic. Flows are matters of political contest, vested interests and, above all else, national security. Ironically enough, such strident noises over the division of waters have mostly avoided meaningful attempts to recall the region/watersheds often-times troubled ...Read more >

8 Pages
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CONTESTED CONSTRUCTIONS OF WATER  

WATER is a scarce resource that lies at the heart of much of the political and social contestation in local, sub-national and national arenas in South Asia. This is reflected in the increasing attention it now receives in both the scientific and social science research ...Read more >

15 Pages
256.69 KB
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