These occasional papers were originally published by the SOAS-KCL Water Issues Group.
- Water, food and trade
- Institutions and institutional reform & EIA
- Financing water services
- Water management
- Hydro-hegemony, social adaptive capacity, politics, and international relations
- Water quality
3. Allan, J.A. 1997. 'Virtual Water': A Long Term Solution for Water Short Middle Eastern Economies?
10. Allan, J.A. 1999. Global Systems Ameliorate Local Droughts: Water, Food and Trade.
16. Jobson, S. 1999. Water Stressed Regions: The Middle East and Southern Africa - Global Solutions.
33. Anton Earle, 2001, The role of virtual water in food security in Southern Africa
39. Seckler, David & Amarasinghe, Upali, 2001 (Temporary), Major problems in the global water-food nexus
45. Allan, J.A. 2002. Hydro-Peace in the Middle East: Why no Water Wars? A Case Study of the Jordan River Basin.
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51. Allan, J.A. 2003. Virtual Water - the water, food, and trade nexus: useful concept or misleading metaphor?
57. Brichieri-Colombi, J.S.A., 2003. Food security, irrigation and water stress: logical chain or environmental myth?
29. Wegerich, Kai, 2001, The potentials for success: Uzbek local water management
30. Wegerich, Kai, 2001, Institutional change: a theoretical approach
53. Lee, Seungho, 2003. Expansion of the private sector in the Shanghai water sector
54. Lee, Seungho, 2003. Development of the civil realm in Shanghai environmental politics
58. Anne Cooper, 2002. Contending environmental discourses: multilateral agencies, social movements and water
62. Merrett, S., 2003, 'Virtual water' and Occam's razor
63. Merrett, S., 2003, 'Virtual water and the Kyoto consensus'
35. Elhadj, Elie, 2001, Financing major water projects in the poorest economies
36. Elhadj, Elie, 2001, Islamic finance to aid water utilities
38. Wegerich, Kai, 2001, Determining factors of local institutional change in countries in transition
2. Chatterton, L. & Chatterton, B. 1997. Closing a water resource - some policy considerations.
4. Turton, A.R. 1999. Water demand management: A case study from South Africa.
14. Lichtenthäler, G. & Turton, A.R. 1999. Water demand management, natural resource reconstruction and traditional value systems: A case study from Yemen.
25. Kassa, Alemayehu, 1999, Drought risk monitoring for the Sudan.
28. Wegerich, Kai, 2001, Not a simple path. A sustainable future for Central Asia
49. Saad A. Alghariani, 2003, Water transfer versus desalination in North Africa: sustainability and cost comparison AND Comments by The Center of Data, Studies and Researches of the Great Man-Made River Authority, 2004, Libya.
50. Allan, J.A., 2003, IWRM/IWRAM: a new sanctioned discourse?
55. Brichieri-Colombi, J.S.A., 2003, Uncertain futures and assertions of optimality: an analysis in relation to the river basin
60. Bandyopadhyay, J. & Perveen, S. 2003, The interlinking of Indian rivers: some questions on the scientific, economic and environmental dimensions of the proposal
1. Merrett, S. The Regional Water Balance Statement: a new tool for water resources planning
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47. Elhadj, Elie, 2004, The household water crisis in Syria's Greater Damascus Region
59. Perry, Chris, 2003, Water pricing: some important definitions and assumptions
64. Merrett, S., 2003, 'The urban market for farmer's water rights'
65. Caroline Sullivan et al, 2004, The Water Poverty Index: Development and application at the community scale
5. Turton, A.R. 1999. Water and state sovereignty: The hydropolitical challenge for states in arid regions.
12. Kibaroglu, A. Prospects for Cooperation in the Euphrates - Tigris River Basin.
15. Allan, J.A. 1999. Israel and water in the framework of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
17. Turton, A.R. and Ohlsson, L. 1999. Water scarcity and social stability: towards a deeper understanding of key concepts needed to manage water scarcity in developing countries.
18. Allan, J.A. 1999. Middle Eastern hydropolitics: interpreting constructed knowledge. A review article.
19. Leif Ohlsson, L. and Turton A.R., 1999. The turning of a screw: social resource scarcity as a bottle-neck in adaptation to water scarcity.
20. Allan, J.A. 1999, The Nile Basin: evolving approaches to Nile waters management.
21. Turton A.R., 1999, Water and social stability: the southern African dilemma.
27. Kunigk, Emmanuelle, 1998/99, Policy transformation and implementation in the water sector in Lebanon: the role of politics.
28. Wegerich, Kai, 2001, Not a simple path. A sustainable future for Central Asia
31. Jägerskog, Anders, 2001, The Jordan river basin: explaining interstate water co-operation through regime theory
41. Jägerskog, Anders, 2002, The sanctioned discourse - A crucial factor for understanding water policy in the Jordan River Basin.
43. C. A Sullivan, J.R Meigh & T.S Fediw, 2002, Derivation and Testing of the Water Poverty Index Phase 1- Final Report May 2002 (DFID) Accessing this file might take long time. Please save it to your disk first
52. Fischhendler, Itay , 2003, Can basin management be successfully ignored: the case of the US-Canada transboundary water
61. Jägerskog, Anders, 2003, Why states cooperate over shared water: The water negotiations in the Jordan River Basin
67. Jeroen Warner, 2004, Plugging the GAP. Working with Buzan: the Ilisu Dam as a security issue
70. Zeitoun, M. 2005. Hydro-hegemony theory
71. Daoudy, M. 2005. Turkey and the region: testing the links between power asymmetry and hydro-hegemony
72. Selby, J., 2005. The limits of realism in water conflict analysis
73. Cascao, A. 2005. The Nile Basin
75. Philips, D. J. H., Attilli, S, McCaffrey, S. and Murray, J. 2005 Water and the Jordan River co-riparians: from zero-sum to positive sum game
76. Attili, S. 2005 Israel's hydro-hegemony
77. Turton, A. R. 2005. Hydro-hegemony in the context of the South African Cold War experience
78. Heyns, P. 2005 Managing a hydro-power impasse on the Kunene River
79. Allan, J.A. 2007. Third International Workshop on Hydro-Hegemony: Introductory orientation
80. Brouma A.D. 2007. Hydro Hydro-Hegemony across the division line: tales from Cyprus
81. Carles A, 2007. The Egyptian hydro-hegemony
82. Cascão A.E. 2007. Resistance and counter-hegemony in transboundary river basins
83. Cascão A.E. 2007. Resisting Hegemony on the Nile
84. Daoudy M, 2007. Conceptualizing and Disentangling Cooperation
85. Davidsen, P.A. 2007. Hydrosolidarity and the power of being good
86. Dombrowsky I, 2007. Hydrosolidarity and the power of being good
87. Saleh, S.M.K. 2007. Sudan's 'Midstream Doctrine'
88. Greco, F, 2007. The HydroHegemony discussion Group on the internet
89. Horta, K. 2007. Resisting Hydro Hegemony in Southern Africa: The Lesotho Highlands Water Project
90. Kistin, E. 2007. Critiquing Cooperation:The Dynamic Effects of Water Regimes
91. Kistin, E. & Phillips, D.J.H. 2007. A Framework for Cooperation on International Agreements Concerning Trans-boundary Water Resources
92. Messerschmid, C. 2007. Hegemony & Counter-Hegemony over Shared Aquifers - The Palestinian Experience
94. Selby, J. 2007. Beyond Hydro-Hegemony: Gramsci, the National, and the Trans-National
95. Warner, J. 2007. Hegemony and Power
96. Woodhouse, M. 2007. Hydro-hegemony - A practical approach
97. Zeitoun,M. 2007. Hydro-hegemony: Towards a Radical View of Transboundary Hydropolitics
98. Zeitoun,M. 2007. Practical agenda of hydro-hegemony