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War and Water: Middle East Conflicts in the Watershed

Our time is fraught with war and water. The headlines confirm that, for what seems like forever, there has been conflict in the Middle East where sectarian rivalries, religious conflicts, the pursuit of oil, and the geo-political collision between economic aspirations and impassioned ideologies continue unabated. Read more at the Huffington Post

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    Mohammad al-Hmaidi explains the challenges and achievements of the newly established Water Sector Regulatory Council (WSRC), an institution that began its work in 2016 under the new Water Law in Palestine.
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    High and Dry with the Hashemites

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