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Iran-Iraq Transboundary Water Relations and Turkey

Iraq’s inability to break the vicious circle of war, embargo, occupation and civil war that the country has been experiencing since 1980 is the...

Water Issue in Turkey-Iraq Relations and Future Recommendations

International developments played a major role in the emergence process of the problem according to the assessment made for the solution of the...

Recent Developments Along the Nile Waters: Approaching a Crossroads

Almost all analyses about the Nile focus on Egypt more than any other riparian of the basin. One of the reasons for this is related with the...

‘Hydraulic Mission’ the Middle East: The Turkish Case

Although dam-building is nearly as old as the humanity, it witnessed a rapid rise after the Industrial Revolution. In the second half of the 19th...

A River Under Mediterranean: Reflections on Turkey’s Water Transfer to Cyprus

The last segment of the pipeline connecting Cyprus to Anatolia after some million years since it was separated physically from the Asia...

ISIS, KRG and New Hydropolitics Order in the Euphrates-Tigris Basin

It can be argued that a new era has been started since the ISIS control spread from Syria to Iraq in particular Mosul together with other...

Egypt, Nile And International Law

This policy brief assesses the international law dimension of the dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia over the Great Renaissance Dam on Blue...