Twenty-five years after the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into force, what impact has it had on the US-Mexico border environment
The 1944 U.S.-Mexico Water Treaty remains the single most important bilateral agreement on water resources between the two countries.
The Guarani Aquifer System (GAS) covers 1,088,000 km2, 68% of which is in Brazil, 21% in Argentina, 8% in Paraguay, and 3% in Uruguay.
The study of international freshwater treaties’ joint mechanisms for treaty implementation has thus far given little attention to the value of prof
The United States and Mexico have engaged in hydrodiplomacy—a practice of transboundary water management that blends water diplomacy and science di
The year 2019 marked a significant milestone in U.S.-Mexico hydrodiplomacy: seventy-five years since the two countries adopted the Treaty of 1944,