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Author Aman, Fatemeh, author

Title Water Dispute Escalating between Iran and Afghanistan / Fatemeh Aman
Published Washington, D.C. : Atlantic Council, [2016]
©2016
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Description 1 online resource (10 pages) : color maps
Series Issue brief
Issue brief (Atlantic Council of the United States)
Contents Historical context -- Irrigation canals and dams -- The Hamouns -- Water as Leverage -- Iranian agricultural practices -- Other dams -- Urgent need for better water management in Afghanistan -- More dams are not the answer -- Changing crops -- Water shortages and poppies -- Cooperation between Iran and Afghanistan -- Conclusion
Summary "Iran and Afghanistan have no major territorial disputes, unlike Afghanistan and Pakistan or Pakistan and India. However, a festering disagreement over allocation of water from the Helmand River is threatening their relationship as each side suffers from droughts, climate change, and the lack of proper water management. In "Water Dispute Escalating Between Iran and Afghanistan," Fatemeh Aman analyzes the issues related to these ancient waterways and lakes that have historic, economic, and national importance for both Iran and Afghanistan"--Publisher's description
Notes "September 7, 2016"--Table of contents page
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title caption (Atlantic Council, viewed September 26, 2016)
Subject Water rights (International law)
Water security -- Afghanistan
Water security -- Iran
Water-supply -- Political aspects -- Afghanistan
Water-supply -- Political aspects -- Iran
Water rights (International law)
Water rights.
Water security.
Water-supply -- Political aspects.
Helmand River (Afghanistan) -- Water rights
Afghanistan -- Helmand River.
Afghanistan.
Iran.
Form Electronic book
Author Atlantic Council of the United States. South Asia Center, publisher, issuing body