Equitable and reasonable utilization (ERU), the cornerstone of international water law, recognizes the rights of states to utilize shared water res
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On 29 and 30 September 2020, IHE Delft hosts an online cross-regional workshop on ‘(En)Gendering Transboundary Water Governance: Feminist Perspecti
This article examines the transboundary water interactions between the two relatively under-researched basins of Lake Chad and the Congo River; it
This paper presents a synthesis that builds diverse narratives towards a holistic and intersectoral understanding of water’s role in cooperation, c
The theory and practice of managing land and water interactions for ensuring food and water security are inherently complex.