Ahmad, Q. K., & Ahmed, A. U. (2004). Regional cooperation on water and environment in the Ganges basin: Bangladesh perspectives. In M. Mirza & M. Qader (Eds.), The Ganges water diversion: Environmental effects and implications
. Dordrecht; Boston; London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.Google Scholar
AI (2009a). Thirsting for justice: Palestinian access to water restricted. MDE 15/028/2009. London: Amnesty International.
AI (2009b). Troubled waters—Palestinians denied fair access to water: Israel-occupied Palestinian territories. MDE 15/027/2009. London, Amnesty International.
Anon. (2005, pers. comm.). Discussion with Israeli water quality scientists monitoring quality of the Jordan River. Personal communication with author, Near Jericho, West Bank. 14 September 2005.
Anon. (2008, pers. comm.-a). Briefing of progress at the EXACT meetings of April 2008. Personal communication with author, London, 27 May 2008.
Anon. (2008, pers. comm.-b). Briefing of progress at the EXACT meetings of June 2008. Personal communication with author, London, 24 June 2008.
Attili, S. (2008). RE: Tiberias water management training. Personal communication by email from the head of the Palestinian Water Authority and USAID PR, and wider USAID copy list, 27 May 2008.
Awed, I. (2008). RE: Tiberias water management training. Personal communication by email between Palestinian Water Authority staff (anonymised) and USAID employees PR and NM, 26 May 2008.
Bachrat, P., & Baratz, M. S. (1962). The two faces of power. American Political Science Review,
, 941–952.Google Scholar
Barnaby, W. (2009). Do nations go to war over water? Nature,
, 282–283.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Barrett, S. (1994). Conflict and cooperation in managing international water resources. Policy Research Working Paper 1303. Washington, DC, World Bank Policy Research Department.
Bílen, Ö. (2009). Turkey and water issues in the middle east: an examination of the indus, Colorado, Danube and Jordan-Israel water treaties and the Water Agenda of the 21st Century
(3rd ed.). Ankara: DSI İdari ve Mali İşler Dairesi Başkanliği.Google Scholar
Bruch, C., & Carroll Muffett, Wm., et al. (Eds.). (2010). Governance, natural resources, and post-conflict peacebuilding
. London: Earthscan.Google Scholar
Brunnée, J., & Toope, S. J. (2002). The changing Nile Basin regime: Does law matter? Harvard International Law Journal,
(1), 105–159.Google Scholar
Buzan, B., Waever, O., et al. (1998). Security—a new framework for analysis
. London, UK: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.Google Scholar
Cascao, A. E. (2009a). Changing power relations in the Nile River Basin: Unilateralism vs. cooperation? Water Alternatives,
(2), 245–268.Google Scholar
Cascao, A. E. (2009b). Political economy of water resources management and allocation in the Eastern Nile river basin. London: PhD Department of Geography, King’s College London.
Cascao, A. E., & Zeitoun, M. (2010). Power, hegemony and critical hydropolitics. In A. Earle, A. Jägerskog, & J. Ojendal (Eds.), Trasnboundary water management: Principles and practice
. London: Earthscan.Google Scholar
Chhotray, V., & Stoker, G. (2009). Governance theory and practice: A cross-disciplinary approach
. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.Google Scholar
COHRE. (2008a). Hostage to politics: The impact of sanctions and the blockade on the human right to water and sanitation in Gaza
. Geneva: The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions.Google Scholar
COHRE. (2008b). Policies of denial: Lack of access to water in the West Bank
. Geneva: The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions.Google Scholar
Conca, K. (2006). Governing water: Contentious transnational politics and global institution building
. Cambridge, MA, USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press.Google Scholar
Courcier, R., Venot, J. P. et al. (2005). Historical transformations of the lower Jordan River basin (in Jordan): Changes in water use and projections. Comprehensive Assessment of water management in agriculture, Research Report 9. Colombo, Sri Lanka, International Water Management Institute.
Daily, T (2009a). Iraq says Turkey to double water supply. Terra Daily, 25 March 2009.
Dalby, S. (2006). Security and environment linkages revisited. In H. G. Brauch, U. O. Spring, C. Mesjasz, J. Grin, P. Dunnay, N. C. Behera, B. Chourou, P. Kameri-Mbote, & P. H. Liotta (Eds.), Globalization and environmental challenges: Reconceptualizing security in the 21st century
. Heidelberg: Springer.Google Scholar
Daoudy, M. (2009). Asymmetric power: Negotiating water in the Euphrates and tigris. International Negotiations,
(2), 361–391.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
de Soysa, I. (2000). The resource curse: Are civil wars driven by rapacity or paucity? In M. Berdal & D. M. Malone (Eds.), Greed and grievance: Economic agendas in civil wars
. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.Google Scholar
Delli-Priscoli, J., & Wolf, A. (2008). Managing and transforming water conflicts
. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
DFID (2008). Water: An increasingly precious resource; sanitation: A matter of dignity. Policy Booklet. London: Department for International Development.
Dhungel, D. N. (2009). Historical eye view. In D. N. Dhungel & S. B. Pun (Eds.), The Nepal–India water relationship: Challenges
(pp. 11–68). Dordrecht: Springer.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dieperink, C. (2010). International water negotiations under asymmetry, Lessons from the Rhine chlorides dispute settlement (1931–2004), doi:10.1007/s10784-010-9129-3
Dinar, S. (2009). Power asymmery and negotiations in international River Basins. International Negotiation,
(2), 329–360.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Drysdale, A. (1993). Syria and Iraq—the geopathy of a relationship. GeoJournal,
(3), 347–355.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
el Musa, S. (1997). Water conflict—economics, politics, law and Palestinian–Israeli Water resources
. Washington DC, USA: Institute for Palestine Studies.Google Scholar
Falkner, R. (2005). American hegemony and the global environment. International Studies Review,
, 585–599.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ferguson, J. (1993). The anti-politics machine: “development”, depoliticization, and bureaucratic power in Lesotho
. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Ferragina, E., & Greco, F. (2008). The Disi project: an internal/external analysis. Water International,
(4), 451–463.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fischhendler, I. (2008). Ambiguity in transboundary environmental dispute resolution: The Israel–Jordanian water agreement. Journal of Peace Research,
(1), 91–110.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fisher, R., & Ury, W. (1999). Getting to yes: Negotiating agreement without giving in
. New York: Penguin Books.Google Scholar
Fox, C. A., & Sneddon, C. (2007). Transboundary river basin agreements in the Mekong and Zambezi basins: enhancing environmental security or securitizing the environment? International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics,
, 237–261.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gaffney, M. (1997). What price water marketing? American Journal of Economics and Sociology,
(4), 475–520.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gaventa, J. (2005). Power and powerlessness: Quiescence and rebellion in the Appalachian Valley
. Chicago, USA: University of Illinois Press.Google Scholar
Gaventa, J. (2010). Power pack: Understanding power for social change
. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.Google Scholar
Gleditsch, N. P., Furlong, K., et al. (2006). Conflicts over shared rivers: Resource scarcity or fuzzy boundaries? Political Geography,
, 361–382.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gramsci, A. (2003 ). Selections from the Prison Notebooks. Hoare, Quintin and Geoffrey Nowell Smith, London: Lawrence and Wishart.
Gyawali, D. (2001). Rivers, technology and society; learning the lessons of water management in Nepal
. London, UK: Zed Books.Google Scholar
Haddadin, M. (2001). Diplomacy on the Jordan: International conflict and negotiated resolution
. Dordrecht: International Development Research Centre and Kluwer Academic Publishers.Google Scholar
Haddadin, M. (2002). Water in the Middle East peace process. The Geographical Journal,
(4), 324–340.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Haddadin, M. (2006). Public presentation at full-day session on hydro-hegemony. World Water Week August 2006. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm International Water Institute.
Haering, M., Maternowski, E. et al. (2008). The Dilmemma of the dead sea: A Reassessment of solutions from an IWRM-Perspective. Amman, Water and Environment Research and Study Centre, University of Jordan and Institute for Technology in the Tropics, Cologne University of Applied Sciences.
Hajer, M. A. (1997). The politics of environmental discourse: Ecological modernization and the policy process. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, Oxford Scholarship Online.
Hartmann, E. (2002). Strategic scarcity: The origins and impact of environmental conflict ideas. Development Studies Institute. PhD thesis. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Haugaard, M., & Lentner, H. (Eds.). (2006). Hegemony and power: Consensus and coercion in contemporary politics
. New York: Lexington Books.Google Scholar
Headrick, D. R. (1988). The tentacles of progress: Technology transfer in the age of imperialism, 1850–1940
. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Homer-Dixon, T. (2007). Terror in the weather forecast
. New York City: The New York Times.Google Scholar
HSI. (2004). Development of utilisation and status of water resources in Israel (Annual Hydrological Report) 2003
. (Hebrew), Jerusalem: Hydrological Service of Israel.Google Scholar
IMFA (2000). From contention to cooperation
—a case study of the Middle East Multilateral Working Group on water resources.
Tel Aviv, Israel: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs Archives, 17 April 2000. http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchive
Jridi, A. (2002). The development of the Jordanian Jordan River basin: The main historical steps. Montpellier, France, Ecole nationale de genie rural, des eaux et des forets, centre de Montpellier (Engref), October 2002.
Kaika, M., & Page, B. (2003). The EU water framework directive: Part I. European policy-making and the changing topography of lobbying. European Environment,
, 314–327.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kawash, F. (2007). The water file: From Oslo to Annapolis. Al Quds daily newspaper. Ramallah, 25 November 2007.
Keidar (2006). Discussion with Jacob Keidar, former deputy acting director general for Middle Eastern affairs and head of the multilateral peace talks on water issues. Personal communication with author, Jerusalem, June 2006.
Kendie, D. (1999). Egypt and the hydro-politics of the blue Nile river. Northeast African Studies, 6
(1–2), 141–169.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kistin, E. J., Ashton, P. J. et al. (2009). An overview of the content and historical context of the international freshwater agreements that South Africa has entered into with neighbouring countries. International Environmental Agreements forthcoming (accepted 10 Nov 2008).
Kistin, E. J., & Ashton, P. J. (2008). Adapting to change in transboundary rivers: An analysis of treaty flexibility on the Orange-Senqu river basin. International Journal of Water Resources Development,
(3), 385–400.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kolars, J. F., & Mitchell, W. A. (1991). The Euphrates River and the Southeastern Anatolia development project. Naff, Thomas, Water—The Middle East imperative
. Carbondale, USA: Southern Illinois University Press.Google Scholar
Kramer, A. (2008). Regional water cooperation and peacebuilding in the Middle East. Initiative for Peacebuilding Regional Cooperation on Environment, Economy and Natural Resource Management Cluster—Regional Case Study: Middle East. Brussels, Adelphi Research.
Lautze, J., Reeves, M., et al. (2005). Water allocation, climate change and sustainable peace—The Israeli proposal. Water International,
(2), 197–209.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Le Billon, P. (2007). Scales, chains and commodities: Mapping out “Resource Wars”. Geopolitics,
(1), 200–205.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lindemann, S. (2005). Water regime formation in Europe: A research framework with lessons from the Rhine and Elbe river basins. From conflict to collective action: Institutional change and management options to govern transboundary watercourses. Berlin, Germany: Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik.
Lonergan, S., & Brooks, D. (1994). Watershed: The role of fresh water in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
. Ottawa, Canada: International Development Research Council.Google Scholar
Lowi, M. (1993). Water and power—the politics of a scarce resource in the Jordan River basin
. Cambridge, USA: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lukes, S. (2005 ). Power: A radical view, (2nd ed.). Hampshire. UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
Lukes, S. (2005b). Power and the battle for hearts and minds. Millenium: Journal of International Studies,
(3), 477–493.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lustick, I. S. (2002). Hegemony and the riddle of nationalism: The dialectics of nationalism and religion in the Middle East. Logos,
(3 (Summer 2002)), 18–44.Google Scholar
Markel, D. (2004a). Monitoring and managing lake kinneret and its watershed, Northern Israel—a response to environmental, anthropogenic and political constraints. unpublished.
Mazo, J. (2010). Climate conflict: How global warming threatens security and what to do about it
. London: Taylor and Francis, Ltd.Google Scholar
McCaffrey, S. (2007). The law of international watercourses
. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Milman, A., & Schott, C. (2010). Beneath the surface: Intranational institutions and management of the United States—Mexico transboundary Santa Cruz aquifer. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy,
, 528–551.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mirumachi, N. (2007). The politics of water transfer between South Africa and Lesotho: Bilateral cooperation in the Lesotho Highlands water project. Water International,
(4), 558–570.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mitchell, T. (2002). Rule of experts: Egypt, techno-politics, and modernity
. London: University of California Press, Ltd.Google Scholar
Raadgever, G. T (Tom)., Mostert, E., et al. (2008). Assessing management regimes in transboundary river basins: Do they support adaptive management? Ecology and Society 13(1): Article 14 [on-line].
Mustafa, D. (2002). To each according to his power? Participation, access, and vulnerability in irrigation and flood management in Pakistan. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space,
, 737–752.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Newell, P. (2008). The political economy of global environmental governance. Review of International Studies,
(34), 507–529.Google Scholar
Nile-COM (2006). Draft agreement on the Nile basin cooperative framework. Extraordinary Meeting of the Nile-COM. Addis Ababa, 30–31 March 2006.
Nye, J. (1990). Born to lead: The changing nature of American power
. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
Oğuzlu, T. (2007). Soft power in Turkish foreign policy. Australian Journal of International Affairs,
(1), 81–97.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Phillips, D. & Woodhouse, M. (2009). Benefit sharing in the Nile river basin: Strategies for fresh water use at the country and sub-basin levels. Entebbe, Report prepared for the Socio-economic Development and Benefit Sharing Unit of the Nile Basin Initiative.
Qutub, S. A., Saleemi, A. R. et al. (2003). Water sharing conflicts within countries, and possible solutions. WASSA Project Reports, Volume 2. Honolulu, Water and Security in South Asia, South Asia Program—School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, and Global Environment and Energy in the 21st Century.
Rashid, A. L. (2005). Address to the conference from the minister of water resources of Iraq. Seminar on agricultural water in the middle east, SIWI world water week, Stockholm, Sweden, Stockholm International Water Institute and the Israel Palestine Centre for Research and Information, 24 August 2005.
Rende, M. (2005). Statement addressed publicly to the Iraqi Minister of Water Resources, by the representative of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Seminar on agricultural water in the middle east, SIWI World Water Week, Stockholm International Water Institute and the Israel Palestine Centre for Research and Information, 24 August 2005.
Sadoff, C. W., & Grey, D. (2002). Beyond the river: The benefits of cooperation on international rivers. Water Policy,
, 389–403.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Scholz, J. T., & Stiftel, B. (Eds.). (2005). Adaptive governance and water conflict: New institutions for collaborative planning
. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press.Google Scholar
Scott, J. C. (1985). Weapons of the weak: Everyday forms of peasant resistance
. London: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
Scott, J. (Ed.). (1994). Power: Critical concepts
. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Scott, J. (2001). Power
. London: Polity Press.Google Scholar
Seide, W. M. (2010). On Nile, Ethiopia goes soft to get tough. Fortune Newspaper
. Addis Ababa, 521, 25 April 2010.Google Scholar
Selby, J. (2003a). Dressing up domination as ‘Co-operation’: The case of Israeli–Palestinian water relations. Review of International Studies,
(1), 121–138.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Selby, J. (2003b). Water, power and politics in the middle east—the other Israeli–Palestinian conflict
. London, UK: I.B. Tauris.Google Scholar
Shatanawi, M. (2007). Public Address: Water quality problems in the water supply systems in the Arab region. International conference on sustainable development adn management of water resources in Palestine, Amman, August 2007, House of Water and the Environment.
Shuval, H. (2006). Water in the Middle East: Conflicting interests and cooperative approaches—An Israeli approach to resolving the Israeli–Palestinian water issues. Water and Environment Workshop, Prague, 12–14 June 2006.
Sneddon, C., & Fox, C. (2006). Rethinking transboundary waters: A critical hydropolitics of the Mekong basin. Political Geography,
, 181–202.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sosland, J. K. (2007). Cooperating rivals: The Riparian politics of the Jordan River Basin
. New York, USA: State University of New York Press.Google Scholar
Stephan, R. M. (Ed.). (2008). Transboundary aquifers: Managing a vital resource: The UNILC draft articles on the law of transboundary aquifers
. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.Google Scholar
Tarlock, D. A. (2008). Water security, fear mitigation and international water law. Hamline Law Review, 31
(3), 704–728.Google Scholar
Trondalen, J. M. (2008). Water and peace for the people: Possible solutions to water disputes in the Middle East. UNESCO-IHP Water and Conflict Resolution Series. Paris: UNESCO Publishing.
Turton, A., & Funke, N. (2008). Hydro hegemony in the context of the Orange River Basin. Water Policy,
(Special Issue No. 2), 51–69.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tvedt, (2004). The River Nile in the age of the British: Political ecology & the quest for economic power
. London: IB Tauris.Google Scholar
UNDP (2006). Beyond scarcity: Power, poverty and the global water crisis. Human Development Report 2006. New York, USA, United Nations Development Programme.
UNEP (2003). Desk study on the environment in the occupied Palestinian territories.
United Nations Environment Program http://www.unep.org/GC/GC22/Document/INF-31-Study.pdf
van der Zaag, P. (2007). Possibilities and constraints of rainfed agriculture in Africa: securing food stocks by slowing the water flow. Paper prepared for the NethCID symposium, Delft 22 March 2007.
Warner, J. (2008). Contested hydrohegemony: Hydraulic control and security in turkey. Water Alternatives,
(2), 271–288.Google Scholar
Warner, J., & van Buuren, A. (2009). Multi-stakeholder learning and fighting on the River Scheldt. International Negotiation,
, 419–440.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Waterbury, J. (2002). The Nile: National determinants of collective action
. Ann Arbor, MI, USA: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
Wegerich, K. (2008). Hydro-hegemony in the Amu Darya Basin. Water Policy,
(S2), 71–88.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Weinthal, E. (2001). Sins of omission: Constructing negotiating sets in the Aral Sea Basin. Journal of Environment and Development,
(1), 50–79.Google Scholar
Wolf, A. T. (2007). Shared waters: Conflict and cooperation. Annual Review of Environmental Resources,
, 241–269.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
World Bank (2009). West Bank and Gaza: Assessment of restrictions on Palestinian water sector development sector note April 2009. Middle East and North Africa Region—Sustainable Development. Report No. 47657-GZ Washington, The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
WWF-DFID (2010). International architecture for transboundary water resources management: Policy analysis and recommendations. London, Worldwide Fund for Nature and the UK Department for International Development, with Pegasys Strategy and Development, and the UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, February 2010.
Young, O. R. (1982). Regime dynamics: The rise and fall of international regimes. International Organization, 36
(2), 277–297.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zartman, W. I., & Rubin, J. Z. (Eds.). (2002). Power & Negotiation
. Ann Arbor, MI, USA: The University of Michigan Press.Google Scholar
Zeitoun, M. (2008a). Power and water: The hidden politics of the Palestinian–Israeli conflict
. London: I.B. Tauris.Google Scholar
Zeitoun, M. (2008b). Review of Trondalen, J.M. water and peace for the people: Possible solutions to water disputes in the Middle East. Water Alternatives,
(1), 292–294.Google Scholar
Zeitoun, M., & Mirumachi, N. (2008). Transboundary water interaction I: Reconsidering conflict and cooperation. International Environmental Agreements,
, 297–316.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zeitoun, M., & Warner, J. (2006). Hydro-hegemony: A framework for analysis of transboundary water conflicts. Water Policy, 8
(5), 435–460.CrossRefGoogle Scholar