This title was first published in 2002: Now that the Cold War is over, ethnic and regional conflicts are emerging over resources and the environment. The management of water, the lifeblood of any country, is becoming a vital issue. This volume offers a study of conflict management of water resources. It includes some selected papers presented at an international meeting, held at the Mahatma Gandhi Center of Conflict Prevention and Management in Ahmedabad, India. Other invited papers have also been included in the collection. Obviously it was not possible to address here all aspects of the vast field of water management. The main focus of this work is the management of water conflict and its implications for peace.
Part 1: Implications And Resolutions Of Water Resource Management Issues
2. The Water Sector in the Middle-East: Potential Conflict Resolutions
3. The Hydro-Political Implications of the Oslo Agreements: An Israeli Perspective
4. Water Management in the People's Republic of China
5. Water Resources in China's Yellow River Delta
6. Managing the Nile River: The Role of Sub-Basin Co-operation
Part 2: Co-Operative Opportunites And Emerging Challenges
7. Sustainability and Conflict Management: Towards a Co-operative Manual
Keith Akiva Lehrer
8. Water Management in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin: Emerging Challenges for the 21st Century
9. Water Resources and Environmental Management
10. Some Issues Related to Conflict Management of Water Resources in Nepal
M. M. Sainju
11. Environmental and Economic Conflicts: Lessons from Europe
12. Natural Resources, Diplomacy and Security in East Asia
13. Running Out of Water, Running Out of Time
Arun P. Elhance
14. Changing Approaches to Water Resource Management: The Case of the British Columbia Gulf Islands
David G. Banks
15. The Narmada Project: Patterns of Trans-State Confrontation, Co-operation and Conflict Management
16. Identifying Management Strategies of Common Pool Regimes: Groundwater Resources
M. Dinseh Kumar
17. Management of Water Resources Through Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Case Study
18. Management of Arsenic Contaminated Groundwater in the Bengal Delta Plain
P. Bhattacharya and A. B. Mukherjee
19. Water Resources and Mountain Communities
S. K. Mattoo
20. Imperative Prospects of Indo-Nepal Co-operation for the Optimum Water Resources Development of the Kosi Basin
21. Emerging Concepts in Ecological Humanism
Devarat N. Pathak
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