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Further Reading

1 Al Naber, M and Molle, F, 2017. ‘Controlling groundwater over abstraction: state policies vs local practices in the Jordan highlands.’ Water Policy 19(4): 692-708.

Ferragina, E and Greco, F, 2008. ‘The Disi project: an internal/external analysis.’ Water International 33(4): 451-463.

2 Greenwood, S, 2014. ‘Water insecurity, climate change and governance in the Arab world.’ Middle East Policy 21(2): 140-156.

3 Hussein, H, 2018. ‘Tomatoes, tribes, bananas and businessmen: An analysis of the shadow state and of the politics of water in Jordan.’ Environmental Science & Policy 84: 170-176.

4 Hussein, H, 2018. ‘Lifting the veil: Unpacking the discourse of water scarcity in Jordan.’ Environmental Science & Policy 89: 385-392.

5 Hussein, H, 2018. ‘A critique of water scarcity discourses in educational policy and textbooks in Jordan.’ The Journal of Environmental Education 49(3): 260-271.

6 Hussein, H, 2019. ‘Yarmouk, Jordan and Disi basins: Examining the impact of the discourse of water scarcity in Jordan on transboundary water governance.’ Mediterranean Politics 24(3): 269-289.

7 Mustafa, D and Talozi, S, 2018. ‘Tankers, wells, pipes and pumps: Agents and mediators of water geographies in Amman, Jordan.’ Water Alternatives 11(3): 916-932.

8 Mustafa, D, Altz-Stamm, A and Scott, LM, 2016. ‘Water user associations and the politics of water in Jordan.’ World Development 79: 164-176.

9 Talozi, S et al., 2019. ‘What constitutes an equitable water share? A reassessment of equitable apportionment in the Jordan–Israel water agreement 25 years later.’ Water Policy 21(5): 911-933.

10 Yorke, V, 2013. ‘Politics matter: Jordan’s path to water security lies through political reforms and regional cooperation’. NCCR Trade Regulation, Working Paper No. 2013/19.

11 Yorke, V, 2016. ‘Jordan’s shadow state and water management: prospects for water security will depend on politics and regional cooperation.’ In Society – Water – Technology pp. 227-251. Springer, Cham.

12 Westheimer, N et al., 2019. ‘Hotel Middle East’: social shocks and adaptation in Jordan’s domestic water sector.’ Water International 44(4): 444-462.

13 Zeitoun, M et al., 2019. ‘The Yarmouk tributary to the Jordan River I: Agreements impeding equitable transboundary water arrangements.’ Water Alternatives 12(3): 1064-1094.

14 Zeitoun, M et al., 2019. The Yarmouk tributary to the Jordan River II: Infrastructure impeding the transformation of equitable transboundary water arrangements.’ Water Alternatives 12(3): 1095-1122.