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Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems

by Jack Kalpakian

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arid zones, deserts,
  • Cultural studies,
  • Development economics,
  • Hydrology (freshwater),
  • International relations,
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Science,
  • Management,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Watershed management,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Water-supply,
  • International,
  • Earth Sciences - Geography,
  • Case studies,
  • International cooperation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9870350M
    ISBN 100754633381
    ISBN 109780754633389

    Water-based explanations of conflict and cooperation need to incorporate economy, ecology, technology, security, politics and policy. As Arnn Elhance articulates in his seminal work Hydropolitics in the Third World: Conflict and Cooperation in International River Basins, the multiple-use of transboundary water makes. Keywords affinity, civilizations, culture, identity, international conflict, international cooperation, international integration Axelrod, Robert () ‘The Dissemination of Culture: A Model of Local Convergence and Global Polarization’, Journal of Conflict Resolution 41(2): -

    Research in Outdoor Education. Research in Outdoor Education is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal seeking to support and further outdoor education and its goals, including personal growth and moral development, team building and cooperation, outdoor knowledge. The Social Psychology of Group Identity and Social Conflict examines the far-reaching influence of Herbert C. Kelman, a psychologist who is both a scientist and a peacemaker. Kelman is renowned for his contributions to the study of social influence in social psychology as well as to international conflict resolution and the peace research movement.

      This volume provides up-to-date reflections on the large body of international relations and international law research and provides an overview of broader issues of international cooperation. The book contextualizes the historical division between IR and international law along with the more recent collaboration between the two disciplines. Written by renowned international relations expert Joseph S. Nye, this lively book gives readers the background in history and political concepts they need to understand the issues facing our world today: the war in Iraq, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, nuclear /5(36).


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Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems by Jack Kalpakian Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems (): Kalpakian, Jack: BooksCited by:   Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems DOI link for Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems By Jack KalpakianCited by: Jack Kalpakian tests the dominant assumption that water disputes cause violent conflict between states and other actors in world politics.

Using case studies from arid regions to bias the effort towards this assumption, he finds that issues related to identity have been the real source of conflict in the river basins studied.

binding peoples and states in an international river s: 1. Get this from a library. Identity, conflict and cooperation in international river systems. [Jack Kalpakian] -- "Kalpakian tests the dominant assumption that water disputes cause violent conflict between states and other actors in world politics.

Using case studies from arid regions to. Get this from a library. Identity, conflict and cooperation in international river systems. [Jack Kalpakian]. Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems. Kalpakian, Jack, Identity, Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems.

Aldershot: Ashgate. vii + pp. ISBN ‘Water disputes do not cause violent conflict’ (p. This is the main conclusion in Kalpakian’s book based upon case studies of three international river basins: the Nile; the Tigris.

Book: Identity, conflict and cooperation in international river systems + pp. Abstract: This book addresses the complexity in the relationships binding peoples and states in Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems book river basins, using case studies case studies Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment.

Bombaerts, “Identity, conflict and cooperation in international river systems,” International journal of environment and pollution, vol. 27, no. –3, pp. –, Identity Conflict and Cooperation in International River Systems Book Summary: Kalpakian tests the dominant assumption that water disputes cause violent conflict between states and other actors in world politics.

Using case studies from arid regions to bias the effort towards this assumption, he finds that issues related to identity have been the real source of conflict in the river basins studied. So in order for cooperation to work the international system needs to be filled with democratic states with open markets and institutions like the EU to facilitate security.

It is necessary to point out that liberalists agree with realist theory on anarchy, balance of power and self-help international system. Conflict and cooperation on international rivers: the case of the Colorado river on the US-Mexico border. Author(s): Bernal, J. M.; Herrara Solís, A.

Author Affiliation: International Boundary and Water Commission, United States Section, N. Mesa Street, Suite C, El Paso, TXUSA. "these essays examine the process of migration, acculturation, and community building, but the authors also examine conflict and cooperation within these ethnic communities, revealing that ethnic groups were often divided along religious, ideological, and class lines each essay illustrates the agency of immigrants in creating and maintaining ethnic newspapers, fraternal societies, and.

Through proper engagement, identity-based conflict enhances and develops identity as a vehicle to promote creative collaboration between individuals, the groups they constitute and the systems they forge. This handbook describes the specific model that has been developed as well as various.

It is generally accepted that conflicting demands over international rivers will intensify. There is an active debate on whether this will lead to “water wars” or to unprecedented cooperation. It is generally accepted that conflicting demands over international rivers will intensify. There is an active debate on whether this will lead to “water wars” or to unprecedented cooperation.

Framing the debate in this manner, however, tends to cast the concept of cooperation as all-or-nothing, implying that “cooperation” is an extreme. 3. The ecological river: benefits accorded ‘to the river’ Cooperation across borders in the sustainable management of a river ecosystem, according benefits to the river, can be a valuable and unthreatening place for international cooperation to nmental management is a cornerstone of river basin management and development and can bring benefits to all river uses and users.

Conflict, Cooperation, and Institution-Building in Shared River Basins Scott M. Moore. The first book-length examination of subnational hydropolitics: why states and provinces, as well as countries, fight over shared water resources; Features a new theory of the factors that shape the dynamics of conflict and cooperation over water: decentralization, sectional identity, and political.

terms, conflict generates considerable ambivalence and leaves many scholars’ and administrators quite uncertain about (1) its meaning and relevance; and (2) how best to cope with it.

Conflict situations are inevitable in one’s personal life, in organizations or even between nations. How are group-based identities related to intergroup conflict. When and how do ethnic, religious, and national identities lead to oppression, violence, rebellion, war, mass murder, and genocide.

How do intergroup conflicts change people's identities. How might social identity be harnessed in the service of reducing conflict between groups. The chapters in this book present a sophisticated and 5/5(2).

In our review of books and special issues published betweenwe survey the literature pertaining to conflict and cooperation over international shared waters. 0 Dialogue Tensions over water resources in the Indus river system are currently driven by both India and Pakistan’s pursuits in gaining territory and resources from one another in the name of perceived national interests.

Improvements in regional cooperation and diplomacy would therefore be possible responses to the conflict. of the river in line with the principle of equitable utilization, a lodestar of international watercourse law.

For Egypt, much of the current impasse revolves around issues of identity and survival. Since antiquity, Egypt has been synonymous with the Nile RiverIn fact, international water resources – where externalities are pervasive, property rights are contested, and gains from cooperation can be very substantial – are the most common subject of international cooperation agreements.

More than international treaties have been signed on water issues, two thirds in Europe and North America.