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The Jordan River and Dead Sea Basin: Cooperation Amid by Clive Lipchin, Deborah Sandler, Emily Cushman

By Clive Lipchin, Deborah Sandler, Emily Cushman

Court cases of the NATO complex learn Workshop on Water assets and Infrastructure in components of clash and severe stipulations, Masada Ein Gedi, Israel, November 2007

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2001. Dehydrating Conflict, Foreign Policy. September/October 2001: 60–67. L. , 2003. A Framework for Vulnerability Analysis in Sustainability Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol. 100 #14, pp. 8074–8079, 8 July. UNEP, 2004. Understanding Environmental Conflict and Cooperation, UNEP–DEWA, Nairobi. Vogel, C. , 2004. Vulnerability and Global Environmental Change: Rhetoric and Reality. AVISO Bulletin #13: 1–8 March. GECHS, Ottawa, ON. , 1979. Hydropolitics of the Nile Valley, Syracuse University Press, New York.

Postel, S. , 2001. Dehydrating Conflict, Foreign Policy. September/October 2001: 60–67. L. , 2003. A Framework for Vulnerability Analysis in Sustainability Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol. 100 #14, pp. 8074–8079, 8 July. UNEP, 2004. Understanding Environmental Conflict and Cooperation, UNEP–DEWA, Nairobi. Vogel, C. , 2004. Vulnerability and Global Environmental Change: Rhetoric and Reality. AVISO Bulletin #13: 1–8 March. GECHS, Ottawa, ON. , 1979. Hydropolitics of the Nile Valley, Syracuse University Press, New York.

However, the press primarily merely relays information and analysis. Therefore, this explanation is really a statement that the press takes seriously the assessments of others who stress the risks of violence over water resources. 2. , Becker, 1967; Herman and Chomsky, 1988; Cottle, 2003). Davis (2003) claims that journalists are drawn to sources in official positions of power, expect them to provide expert knowledge, and grant them ‘primary definer’ status. He also notes that because of concerns over costs, journalists increasingly rely on outside sources considered credible for information and analysis.

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