Transboundary Water Resources in Afghanistan

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  • Author : John F. Shroder
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 544 pages
  • ISBN : 0128018615
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Transboundary Water Resources in Afghanistan

Transboundary Water Resources in Afghanistan
  • Author : John F. Shroder,Sher Jan Ahmadzai
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 13 June 2016
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Transboundary Water from Afghanistan: Climate Change, and Land-Use Implications brings together diverse factual material on the physical geography and political, cultural, and economic implications of Southwest Asian transboundary water resources. It is the outgrowth of long-term deep knowledge and experience gained by the authors, as well as the material developed from a series of new workshops funded by the Lounsbery Foundation and other granting agencies. Afghanistan and Pakistan have high altitude mountains providing vital water supplies that are highly contentious

Water Resources in Central Asia International Context

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  • Author : Sergey S. Zhiltsov,Igor S. Zonn,Andrey G. Kostianoy,Aleksandr V. Semenov
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 24 January 2019
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This book outlines the current status of water resources management in Central Asia countries, and provides a review of the history, policies and transboundary cooperation regarding water resources in the region. Particular attention is given to the water-energy-food-environmental nexus, and to the application of the UNECE Environmental Conventions in Central Asia. Readers will also learn about the US and German environmental policies applied in Central Asia, and will discover specific case studies on water resources policies in Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan,

Transboundary Water Institutions in Developing Countries

Transboundary Water Institutions in Developing Countries
  • Author : Idrees Malyar
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 13 June 2021
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This study addresses the questions: 1) What kind of transboundary water management institution is needed for Afghanistan; and 2) what expertise is required for the institution and which stakeholders should be involved? The establishment of a transboundary water resources management institution/unit is an essential step for Afghanistan in order to tackle the transboundary waters issue with its co-riparian states. The research also indicated the primary challenges and obstacles (ranging from political matters to technical issues) that a developing country like Afghanistan

Developing Transboundary Water Resources

Developing Transboundary Water Resources
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  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 13 June 2021
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Since the fall of the Taliban, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) has been actively trying to resume its hydraulic mission that was put on hold in the late 1970s. Improving water control through the construction of dams has been described by the GIRoA as a silver bullet for Afghanistan's development, including food security, hydropower production and mitigating the impacts of droughts and floods. In a country where 90 percent of the surface water resources are shared with

Water Issues in Himalayan South Asia

Water Issues in Himalayan South Asia
  • Author : Amit Ranjan
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 06 March 2020
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The book looks into the domestic water issues and disputes in the Himalayan South Asian countries, and based on it analyzes trans-boundary water disputes. Himalayan South Asia comprises India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Afghanistan. All except Afghanistan share river waters with India. Home to some of the major river basins of the world, a part of this region falls into water scarce zone, and according to the United Nations Water Report of 2018 some of them will experience severe water

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  • Author : Shakeel Hayat
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 30 April 2020
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The four decades long ideological-based insurgencies and conflict in the Kabul River Basin (KRB) have seriously hampered the relations and foreign policies of both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Consequently, it restricts them to solve various bilateral issues including transboundary waters. This lack of cooperation over shared water resources is one of the barriers to achieve inclusive and sustainable development. Additionally, it has contributed to the prevailing anarchic situation where each country does what it wants. The absence of a formal water-sharing

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  • Author : Stefanos Xenarios,Dietrich Schmidt-Vogt,Manzoor Qadir,Barbara Janusz-Pawletta,Iskandar Abdullaev
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 17 September 2019
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This book offers the first multidisciplinary overview of water resources issues and management in the Aral Sea Basin, covering both the Amu Darya and Syr Darya River Basins. The two main rivers of Amu Darya and Syr Darya and their tributaries comprise the Aral Sea Basin area and are the lifeline for about 70 million inhabitants in Central Asia. Written by regional and international experts, this book critically examines the current state, trends and future of water resources management and development

Water and Post Conflict Peacebuilding

Water and Post Conflict Peacebuilding
  • Author : Erika Weinthal,Jessica J. Troell,Mikiyasu Nakayama
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 24 February 2014
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Water is a basic human need, and despite predictions of "water wars," shared waters have proven to be the natural resource with the greatest potential for interstate cooperation and local confidence building. Indeed, water management plays a singularly important role in rebuilding trust after conflict and in preventing a return to conflict. Featuring nineteen case studies and analyses of experiences from twenty eight countries and territories in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East, and drawing on the

River Basin Organizations in Water Diplomacy

River Basin Organizations in Water Diplomacy
  • Author : Anoulak Kittikhoun,Susanne Schmeier
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 20 November 2020
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Will tensions and disputes among states sharing international water courses and lakes turn into active conflicts? Addressing this question, the book shows that these concerns are more prominent due to the locations and underlying political dynamics of some of these large rivers and the strategic interests of major powers. Written by a combination of leading practitioners and academics, this book shows that states are more prone to cooperate and manage their transboundary issues over the use of their common water

River Basin Organizations in Water Diplomacy

River Basin Organizations in Water Diplomacy
  • Author : Anoulak Kittikhoun,Susanne Schmeier
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 19 November 2020
GET THIS BOOK River Basin Organizations in Water Diplomacy

Will tensions and disputes among states sharing international water courses and lakes turn into active conflicts? Addressing this question, the book shows that these concerns are more prominent due to the locations and underlying political dynamics of some of these large rivers and the strategic interests of major powers. Written by a combination of leading practitioners and academics, this book shows that states are more prone to cooperate and manage their transboundary issues over the use of their common water