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Introduction

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Abstract

Water is one of the most important basic resources of our world. Without it no living thing, plant or animal, can exist. It is required in abundance not only to quench our thirst and meet our domestic needs, but also, in vastly greater quantities, to produce and process the food we eat and other materials necessary for human welfare.

Keywords

River Basin River Basin Management Sovereign State Limited Water Supply Peaceful Settlement 
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References

  1. 1.
    Albert Lepawsky, “International Development of River Resources,”International Affairs, Vol. 39 (1963), p. 533.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    H. A. Smith, “The Waters of the Jordan: a Problem of International Water Control,” International Affairs, Vol. 25 (1949), p. 422.Google Scholar

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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1968

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