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Document Hydro-diplomacy: A new approach to water security and sustainable de-velopment in the Arab region

A large portion of the world’s population depend on neighboring countries for their water. This is particularly the case in the Arab region, which also happens to be the most water scarce region in the world. The Arab region is also facing political instability and is very vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. International conventions on collaboration over transboundary water don’t appear to be meaningful and many people are now calling for better water diplomacy in and between countries in the Arab region. Here, Hassan Aboelnga, Hazim El-Naser, Mufleh Al Alaween Al Abbadi, Almotaz Abadi and Shammy Puri set out the case for a new outlook expressed by the term hydrodiplomacy.

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Keyword(s) Arab region, climate change
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