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To what end? Drip irrigation and the water–energy–food nexus in Morocco
This article draws on three case studies of drip irrigation adoption in Morocco to consider the water–energy–food nexus concept from a bottom-up perspective. Findings indicate that small farmers'Expand
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Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems
The literature review The Nile case study The Tigris-Euphrates case study The Indus case study Implications for theory.
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Peace agreements in a near-permanent civil war: Learning from Sudan and South Sudan
ABSTRACT The conflicts in the formerly united Sudan have led to millions of deaths since the country's independence. The Naivasha Agreement was meant to end these wars. The January 2005 agreementExpand
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Between Reform and Reaction The Syrian and Moroccan Responses to the Arab Spring
ABSTRACTThis paper argues that the Arab Spring is caused by a diverse set of causes that include government repression, the development of overseas communities and economic hardship. In addition, theExpand
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Identity, conflict and cooperation in international river basins
IDENTITY, CONFLICT AND COOPERATION IN INTERNATIONAL RIVER BASINS Jack V. Kalpakian Old Dominion University, 2000 Director: Dr. Regina Karp This dissertation tests the hypothesis that water disputesExpand
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Ethiopia and the Blue Nile: development plans and their implications downstream
The Blue Nile, located in East and North Africa is a river about which much has been written since the publication of Alan Moorehead’s The Blue Nile in 1962. Like its companion volume, The White NileExpand
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Building the Human Bomb: The Case of the 16 May 2003 Attacks in Casablanca
The terrorist attacks that took place on 16 May 2003 in Casablanca were a result of internal factors. These factors include the terrorists" view of their faith, poverty, and under-education. TheExpand
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Trigger Factors of Terrorism : Social Marketing Analysis as a Tool for Security Studies – a
f o r t h e f i r s t t i m e a mod e l identifying possible factors triggering potential attitude change towards terrorism has been generated, using regression analysis. This model has beenExpand
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Current Moroccan Anti-Terrorism Policy
Legal, social and religious reforms shape Morocco’s counter-terrorism. Though the policy has worked, in general, there have been reversals with human rights shortcomings and corruptions which affectExpand
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