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eBook Building Bridges: Diplomacy and Regime Formation in the Jordan River Valley ePub

by Randy Deshazo,John W. Sutherlin

  • ISBN: 076180272X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Randy Deshazo,John W. Sutherlin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: UPA (April 16, 1996)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1841 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1759 kb
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book by Randy Deshazo. This work considers the role of natural resource management in the context of regional peace. Building Bridges : Diplomacy and Regime Formation in the Jordan River Valley. by Randy Deshazo and John W. The Greening of Central Europe: Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy in Poland and the Czech Republic.

Building bridges : diplomacy and regime formation in the Jordan River valley. Randy Deshazo, John William Sutherlin. It explores how cooperation can give way to long term sustainability when communities find common ground.

This book presents a hydropolitical analysis of the Jordan River Basin. The book covers several case studies: early riparian disputes, the Jordan waters crisis of 1964 and the Jordan Basin since 1967. The failure to co-operate is understood as a consequence of the legacies of Arab-Israeli conflicts, the significance of water in conceptions of national security and the environment, and rival development strategies.

Xm S73 Deshazo, Randy; Sutherlin, John . Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, 1996. iii, 175 p. Dellapenna, Joseph W: Rivers as legal structures: the examples of the Jordan and the Nile. Natural resources journal. Vol. 36(2) Spring 1996: 217-250.

Diplomacy is a 1994 book written by former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

The Jordan River has an upper course (from its sources to the Sea of Galilee) and a lower one (beyond the Sea of. .When his enemies sought to capture him, Jesus took refuge at Jordan in the place John had first baptised (John 10:39–40).

The Jordan River has an upper course (from its sources to the Sea of Galilee) and a lower one (beyond the Sea of Galilee and down to the Dead Sea). In traditional terminology, the upper course (or most of it) is commonly referred to as passing through the "Hula Valley", and not the "upper Jordan Valley"; the Sea of Galilee through which the river passes is a separate entity; and the term Jordan Valley is reserved for the lower course. In this sense, the (actually in its entirety "lower") Jordan Valley may be separated into upper, central and lower Jordan Valley.

Jacob Rosen writes in this fascinating and illuminating book about his experiences in both Cairo, Egypt and Amman, Jordan as an Israeli Diplomat. He has learned a great deal about Egyptian and Jordanian societies and also more about the Israeli character. Time and again, Mr. Rosen witnessed how Arabs and Western Cultures simply do not understand each other. The vignettes assembled in this book are based on real events. Mr. Rosen makes each of these stories stand on its own merit.

This work considers the role of natural resource management in the context of regional peace. It explores how cooperation can give way to long term sustainability when communities find common ground. It combines elements from many sources, including economic, political, social, technical, and diplomatic. The book will serve as an excellent text for upper level undergraduate or graduate seminars on Middle East politics, resource management, international organizations, and conflict and security issues.Contents: Appreciation and Dedication; List of Tables, Figures, and Maps; List of Appendices; Foreword by Dr. Robert S. Jordan; Authors' Introduction; Historical Perspectives and Chronology; The Madrid Conference and Negotiation Theory; Regime Formation and Adaptation Theory; The Near Middle East Water Regime; Problems and Possibilities; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; Authors' Biographies.