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close this bookHydropolitics along the Jordan River. Scarce Water and Its Impact on the Arab-Israeli Conflict (UNU, 1995, 272 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the document1. Introduction
close this folder2. Hydrography and history
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View the documentHydrography
close this folderHistory - Water conflict and cooperation
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View the documentThe emergence of agriculture and nationalism
View the documentPre-1923: The shaping of modern nations
View the document1923-1948: Nationalism, immigration, and "economic absorptive capacity"
View the document1948-1964: Unilateral development and the Johnston negotiations
View the document1964-1982: "Water Wars" and territorial adjustments
View the documentIsrael, the West Bank, and Gaza
View the document1982-Present: Hydrologic limits and peacemaking
View the documentHydroconspiracy theories: The "hydraulic imperative," and "hydronationalism"
View the documentConclusions: Historic summary and lessons for the future
close this folder3. Towards an interdisciplinary approach to water basin analysis and the resolution of international water disputes
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View the document3.2. The nature of water conflicts
close this folder3.3. Paradigms for analysis of international water conflicts
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View the document3.3.1 Physical sciences and technology
View the document3.3.2 Law
View the document3.3.3 Political science
View the document3.3.4 Economics
View the document3.3.5 Game theory
View the document3.3.6 Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
close this folder3.4. An interdisciplinary approach to water basin analysis and conflict resolution
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View the document3.4.1 Summary of disciplinary survey
View the document3.4.2 Towards an interdisciplinary approach
View the document3.4.3 Water and its evaluation
close this folder4. Interdisciplinary analysis and the Jordan River watershed
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close this folder4.2. Preliminary watershed analysis
View the document4.2.1 Survey of hydropolitical positions
View the document4.2.2 Goal statement and planning horizon
View the document4.2.3 Future water supply and demand, "water stress" index
close this folder4.3. Evaluation framework
View the document4.3.1 Options and viability
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close this folder4.4. Cooperation-inducing implementation: Three examples
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View the document4.4.1 Towards an agreement for sharing existing resources
View the document4.4.2 Negotiations over the mountain aquifer
View the document4.4.3 A Med-Dead or Red-Dead Canal as a cooperation-inducing desalination project
View the document4.5. Conclusions: Water basin analysis and the Jordan River watershed
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View the documentAfterword: Parting the waters
close this folderAppendices
View the documentAppendix I: Maps
View the documentAppendix II: Zionist boundaries, 1919
View the documentAppendix III: Hydronationalism
View the documentAppendix IV: PRINCE political accounting system
View the documentAppendix V: JRDNRVR. BAS projection model
View the documentAppendix VI: Med-Dead/Red-Dead desalination project
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View the documentInterviews Interviews (carried out 1989-1992)
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