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Power Asymmetry in the Mekong River Basin: The Impact of Hydro-Hegemony on Sharing Transboundary Water

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Transboundary water resources “A comparative study”: The lessons learnt to help solve the Nile basin water conflict

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Transboundary water management priorities in Central Asia countries – Tobol River case study in Kazakhstan

-epidemiological rules and norms. No. 3.02.003-04. Sanitary requirements for the protection of surface waters from pollution]. Almaty. Minzdrav pp. 93. S everskiy I. 2004. Water-related problems of Central Asia: Some results of the (GIWA) International Water Assessment Program. AMBIO. Vol. 33. Iss. 1–2 p. 52–62. S idorova L. 2008. Gosudarstva Central'noj Azii: Problemy sovmestnogo ispol'zovaniya transgranichnyh vodnyh resursov [The states of Central Asia: The problems of sharing of transboundary water resources]. Central'naya Aziya i Kavkaz. No. 1 (55) p. 92

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The transboundary water management – comparing policy translations of the Water Framework Directive in the international basin districts of the Oder River and the Torne River

., Bainton D, Lendvai N., Stubbs P., 2015. Making Policy Move: Towards a Politics of Translation and Assemblage . Policy Press, Bristol. COM, 2012. Commission staff working document . European Commission, Brussels. Dore J., Lebel L., Molle F., 2012. A framework for analysis transboundary water governance complexes, illustrated in the Mekong Region. Journal of Hydrology 466–467: 23–36. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.07.023. EC 2000, Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for

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Premise of Optimal Water Management in Latvia

der Wissenschaften. Gooch, G., Stalnacke, P. (2006). Integrated Transboundary Water Management in Theory and Practice: Experiences from the New EU Eastern Borders. London: International Water Association Publishing. 256 pp. Rahaman, M., Varis, O. (2005) Integrated water resources management: Evolution, prospects and future challenges. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy , 1(1), pp. 15-21. Richardson, A. (2002). Development of an Expert System for Evaluation of Public Private

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Regional Co-Operation and Economic Prosperity in South Asia: Challenges of Unfair Trade and Transboundary Deadlock

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The Give and Take Game: Analysis of a Resource Sharing Game

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Water Management, Purification and Testing Techniques in Indo-Pak Landscapes in the Early Modern Period

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Uniform Sampling of the Infinite Noncooperative Game on Unit Hypercube and Reshaping Ultimately Multidimensional Matrices of Player’s Payoff Values

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Zooplankton in ancient and oligotrophic Lake Ohrid (Europe) in association with environmental variables

zooplankton dans le Lak D`Ohrid. Recueil des travaux, Station Hidrobiological, Ohrid, 7, 3, 1-23 (in Macedonian). Solorzano, L. (1969): Determination of ammonia in natural waters by the phenolhypochlorite method. Limnology and Oceanography, 14, 799-801. Spirkovski, Z., Krstanovski, Z., Selfo, L., Sanxhaku, M., Puka, V.I. (2000): The monitoring programme of the Lake Ohrid conservation project, pp. 41-53. In: Ganoulis J. et al. (eds), Transboundary Water Resources in the Balkans, Kluwer Academic Publishers. Špoljar, M., Habdija, I., Primc-Habdija, B., Sipos

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