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© 1999

The Politics of Water in the Middle East

An Israeli Perspective on the Hydro-Political Aspects of the Conflict

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About this book

Introduction

Will the flames of war in the Middle East be fanned or quenched by water? This is the central question addressed by this unusually forthright book. The book provides sobering analyses of Israel's water predicament and of the hydro-political implications for the country, particularly in the light of recent developments in the 'peace process'.

Keywords

conflict Israel Policy

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Political ScienceUniversity of Tel AvivIsrael

About the authors

MARTIN SHERMAN is Lecturer in Political Science, University of Tel Aviv, Israel. He is Director on the board of several commercial companies and writes frequently in the Israeli press on issues of current interest. Some of his research has been published in journals such as International Journal of Intelligence and Counter Intelligence, Journal of Strategic Studies, Journal to Theoretical Politics and Nations and Nationalism. His previous book, Despots, Democrats and the Determinants of International conflict was published by Macmillan in 1998.

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