Kolars, John
March 2000
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring2000, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p101
Academic Journal
Discusses the elements that must be recognized in order to find an ecologically sustainable solution to the claims and counter claims over the utilization of Euphrates and Tigris Rivers. Discussion on the acts and interpretations related to the water dispute; Information on River Ethic, the proposed solution to the water management problems; Aspects of environmental security that must considered in addressing the problems.


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