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When Every Household is an Island : Social Organization and Power Structures in Rural Cambodia
When Every Household is an Island : Social Organization and Power Structures in Rural Cambodia
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Trans-boundary Water Co-operation as a Tool for Conflict Prevention and Broader Benefit Sharing
Given the fundamental human requirement for water, the appropriate sharing of trans-boundary watercourses is implicitly tied to the attainment of human rights. The potential for an improvedExpand
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Mapping the Security—Development Nexus: Conflict, Complexity, Cacophony, Convergence?
It is now beyond doubt that attention to the ‘security—development nexus’ has become commonplace in national and global policymaking. However, how ‘the nexus’ is differently imbued with meaning andExpand
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Transboundary Water Management and the Climate Change Debate
Climate change has an impact on the ability of transboundary water management institutions to deliver on their respective mandates. The starting point for this book is that actors withinExpand
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Sharing the good : modes of managing water resources in the lower Mekong River Basin
The general purpose of this thesis is to provide an empirically based study of International River Basin management in order to contribute to the global policy debate on water resources managementExpand
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The Security-Development Nexus: Exploring the Security-Development Nexus
Development and security are inextricably linked. A more secure world is only possible if poor countries are given a real chance to develop. Extreme poverty and infectious diseases threaten manyExpand
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Politics and Development in a Transboundary Watershed - The Case of the Lower Mekong Basin
This introductory chapter presents the main theme of the volume: the perceived dilemmas in pursuing IWRM in a transboundary context. The chapter discusses the IWRM approach and its package ofExpand
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Transboundary water management : principles and practice
Foreword Contributors 1. Introduction: Setting the Scene for Transboundary Water Management Approaches Part I: Analytical Approaches to Transboundary Water Management 2. Why Negotiate? AsymmetricExpand
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