Transboundary Water Cooperation: Principles, Practice and Prospects for China and Its Neighbours

1st Edition

Patricia Wouters, Huiping Chen, James E. Nickum

Routledge
Published November 21, 2017
Reference - 378 Pages
ISBN 9781138288836 - CAT# Y317448
Series: Routledge Special Issues on Water Policy and Governance

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Summary

China and its neighbours face a series of water security issues, in which international law plays a vital role. Paramount to both policymakers and researchers in the field of water law, the current status of transboundary water cooperation schemes and how these operate in China is of global significance.

Grounded in international experience, this comprehensive volume provides readers with an up-to-date overview of current international transboundary water resource sharing policies and practices, including detailed case studies at both domestic and international levels. The authors discuss existing international laws, treaties, and principles that may stimulate transboundary water cooperation and dialogue, and then analyse a number of international experiences with treaties in North America, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. They take stock of China’s water resource issues, legal practices and options, examine case studies of China’s southern shared rivers, and explore some innovative approaches to cooperative management of shared waters within China.

The articles in this book were originally published in the journal Water International.

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