Water | Vol.9, Issue 55, July-August 2009 |

Transboundary Waters

Everyone stands to gain from cooperation over water. It is important to establish relations among water experts and policy makers from the different riparian states and regions and turn the local decision makers aware to forge mutually acceptable and equitable agreements and treaties. International law offers a series of means to resolve international disputes, both diplomatic (negotiations, consultation, good offices, mediation, fact-finding, inquiry, conciliation, and the use of joint bodies and institutions) and legal (arbitration and adjudication). The natural flow...

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