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Conflict and cooperation on South Asia"s international rivers

a legal perspective

by Salman M. A. Salman

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Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • International rivers -- South Asia

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementSalman M.A. Salman & Kishor Uprety.
      SeriesInternational and national water law and policy series ;, v. 8, International and national water law and policy series ;, 8.
      ContributionsUprety, Kishor, 1958-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKZ3700 .S25 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3565739M
      ISBN 109041119582
      LC Control Number2002040554

      Conflict in South Asia South Asia is a conflict prone region subject to continuous political tensions. India, by far the largest country, and geographically centrally located, has developed differences with most of its smaller neighbours. Tensions have tended to recur periodically and have not allowed an atmosphere of mutual trust to prevail.   Rivers and conflict: streams of blood, or streams of peace () The Economist, May 1 Google Scholar South Asia’s water: unquenchable thirst () The Economist. Interview with the author, Nov 19 Google ScholarAuthor: Adam Roberts.

      Conflict and cooperation along international waterways Aaron T. Wolf Water Policy. Vol. 1 #2, pp. Abstract There are international rivers, covering almost one half of the total land surface of the globe, and untold numbers of shared aquifers. Water has been a cause of political tensions.   Countries with competing claims in the South China Sea are still adjusting to a landmark ruling on maritime boundaries in the region. The Permanent Court of Arbitration announced July 12 its decision to invalidate China's broad claims under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), ruling in particular that the Scarborough Shoal has no islands and therefore no exclusive economic .

      IPCS Discussion | Afghanistan and the US-Taliban Agreement: Legal, Political, Security and Operational Implications Rana Banerji, Amb (Retd) Amar Sinha, and Fawad Poya . Special Issue: Conflict and Cooperation over International Rivers Special Issue: Conflict and Cooperation over International Rivers. Sara McLaughlin Mitchell. Vol Issue 4, Conflict and cooperation over international rivers. Sara McLaughlin Mitchell. Pages


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There is an active debate on whether this will lead to “water wars” or to unprecedented cooperation. The most crucial geo-political aspect of the trans-boundary South Asian basins is the hydrological dependence of all of them on China.

The headwaters of all these rivers, except the main Ganga river, rise within a few hundred kilometers of each other, in the south-western region of the Tibetan plateau. 8 Salman M.A. Salman and Kishor Uprety, Conflict and Cooperation on South Asia's International Rivers, A Legal Perspective, (Washington D.C.: The World Bank, ), 3.

The UN Convention on the Law of the Non-navigational Uses of International Watercourses,has identified „international watercourse‟ as “a. Salman, S. and K. Uprety, Conflict and Cooperation on South Asia's International Rivers: A Legal Perspective (Washington, DC: The World Bank, ), pp.

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