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Reflections on water: new approaches to transboundary by Joachim Blatter, Helen Ingram

By Joachim Blatter, Helen Ingram

A textual content exploring and contemplating possible choices and new techniques in transboundary conflicts and cooperation within the human courting with water. Argues that this courting needs to circulation past rationalist definitions of water as a commodity to surround the opposite reasons of water in human existence. Hardcover, softcover additionally to be had. DLC: Water-supply--Management.

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Having started with the general transformations toward a glocalized world and their implications for the analysis of transboundary water 26 Blatter, Ingram, and Doughman policy, we end with an attempt to transfer the lessons learned from new investigations into transboundary water politics toward more general considerations of the future of governance and social science. Before we return to our starting point, however, Richard Perry, in chapter 11, “Perspectives from the Districts of Water and Power: A Report on Flows,” turns the thesis of the book on its head.

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