The Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice is holding a talk by The Rt. Hon. Sir Roderic Lyne, a member of the Iraq inquiry committee of 5 Privy Counsellors, chaired by Sir John Chilcot, entitled The Chilcot Inquiry: Lessons for Strategy?
There is an exhaustive literature on Israel, Palestine and water, which has documented how the asymmetric power of Israel in the Oslo negotiations ensured its control of land and water over Palestine. Less attention however has been paid on the interface of water, trade and agriculture, and the ways in which controlling trade, Israel controlled the virtual flows of water too.