Archive for the ‘Water Law’ Category.
Buck, Susan J., Gregory W. Gleason, and Mitchel S. Jofuku. “”The Institutional Imperative”: Resolving Transboundary Water Conflict in Arid Agricultural Regions of the United States and the Commonwealth of Independent States.” Natural Resources Journal. 33, no. 3 (1993): 595-628.
Sections: The Theory of Transboundary Water Management and Natural Resource Conflict; The Distribution Logic of Water Systems in Central Asia and the American Southwest; The Institutional Logic of Water Management Systems in Central Asia and the American Southwest; Conclusion
Heltzer, Gregory E. “Stalemate in the Aral Sea Basin: Will Kyrgyzstan’s New Water Law Bring the Downstream Nations Back to the Multilateral Bargaining Table?” Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 15, no. 2 (2003): 291-319.
Sections: Introduction; Causes of the Current State of Affairs in Central Asia; International Law and Water as an Economic Good; Kyrgyzstan’s New Law and Its Effect on Regional Discussions; Solving Central Asia’s Water Stalemate; Conclusion
MacKay, Joseph. “Running Dry: International Law and the Management of Aral Sea Depletion.” Central Asian Survey 28, no. 1 (2009): 17-27.
Sections: Background; The Aral Sea in international law; The law on non-navigational uses of international watercourses; The convention on desertification; Regional efforts at regulation; Water as a resource in Kyrgyzstan’s domestic law; Some consequences;
Sievers, Eric W. “Transboundary Jurisdiction and Watercourse Law: China, Kazakhstan, and the Irtysh.” Texas International Law Journal 37, no. 1 (2002): 1-42.
Sections: Introduction: The Fifth Largest River in the World; Sovereign Kazakhstan on the Edge of China’s Tenth Five-Year Plan; What is Transboundary Watercourse Law?; Remedy and Recourse; Conclusion: Transboundary Jurisdiction
Sievers, Eric W. “Water, Conflict, and Regional Security in Central Asia.” New York University Environmental Law Journal 10, no. 356 (2002): 356-402.
Sections: The Soviet Era and Perestroika Promises; Water Basin Tensions in Central Asia; The Impact of International Law and International Institutions; Conclusion