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Authors: Mariya Pak and Kai Wegerich

Most of the literature on cooperation and conflict in transboundary river basins focuses on conflict, not cooperation. 1 When the emphasis is on hydro-hegemony, even cooperation is viewed critically. 2 The same is true with the literature on dam and reservoir construction. A prominent example

In: Central Asian Affairs

Paris UNESCO Publishing Waintraub Nicole “Water and the Middle East Peace Process” Potentia 2009 Fall 23 35 2009 Warner Jeroen “Discourse Engineering . . . and Some of its Limits” 2010 Presentation given at the Fifth International Workshop on Hydro-Hegemony

In: International Negotiation

invitation for increased hydro-hegemony and a recipe for distrust and unresolved conflict, perhaps evidenced best by the aftermath of the Yali Falls disaster and continuing development of the Sesan River in Vietnam and Cambodia. McCaffrey’s foretelling of future problems emanating from this disparate

In: Following the Proper Channels

invitation for increased hydro-hegemony and a recipe for distrust and unresolved conflict, perhaps evidenced best by the aftermath of the Yali Falls disaster and continuing development of the Sesan River in Vietnam and Cambodia. McCaffrey’s foretelling of future problems emanating from this disparate

In: Following the Proper Channels

Soviet regime succeeded in developing patterns of cooperation to weaken strategies of “hydro-hegemony” over the Syr Darya. By looking at water control infrastructure projects, negotiation processes, and project implementation, their conclusions “call into question the argument that the boundaries set by

In: Central Asian Affairs

focus and passion for equity. Finally, Dave’s interest in unpacking the forces at work in hydro-hegemonic situations led naturally to his intense interest in compiling data and preparing persuasive proposals to address the gross suffering and inhumane treatment that Palestinians were receiving in the

In: Promoting Equity, Cooperation and Innovation in the Fields of Transboundary Waters and Natural Resources Management

Balance Grey Water  316n, 317, 322, 333, 362 Harmon Doctrine (of 1895) 121, 359, 376 Hasbani River 124, 171 Helsinki Rules (1966) 122, 140, 141–142 Hydrocarbons in San Francisco Bay 60–74 in Port Phillip Bay Australia 11–24 Hydro-Hegemony 195, 227, 231, 232–235, 369 Hydrological cycle 100, 290–292, 342

In: Promoting Equity, Cooperation and Innovation in the Fields of Transboundary Waters and Natural Resources Management

dynamics of interaction, a relative ranking is created of the ‘brute,’ ‘ideational’ and ‘bargaining’ power held by each country, following Zeitoun’s ( 2006 ) Framework for Hydro-Hegemony ( fhh ). We include three dimensions of brute power, developed from Finkelstein ( 1992 ) – ‘ownership,’ ‘structural

In: International Negotiation

the diff erent faces and func- tions of power, the recent hydro-hegemony literature off ers an examination of the possible impact of the presence of a hegemon within a basin. A hegemon can have either a negative or a positive infl uence, in that it can facilitate the negotiation and signing of an

In: International Negotiation

likely to occur, even in a troubled region such as the Middle East (Waterbury 1994). An emerging new theoretical development is that known as hydro-hegemony, which seeks to clarify hydro-politics from the perspec- tive of the hegemonized (Zeitoun 2005b). This concept seeks to capture the essence of

In: Promoting Equity, Cooperation and Innovation in the Fields of Transboundary Waters and Natural Resources Management