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Brill research perspectives. International water law ; v. 2, issue 3 (2017)
"The rich field of inter-state water law in the United States illustrates both successes and failures in transboundary water management and allocation. In 'Inter-state Water Law in the United States of America: What Lessons for International Water Law?', this domestic field of transboundary water law is compared and contrasted with international transboundary water law. This analysis is accompanied by a discussion and evaluation of the different cases of shared watercourses that applied these approaches, and a comparison of each of them to similar approaches in international water law. The analysis draws lessons for international water law from inter-states water law - highlighting the successful inter-states approaches that can be adopted by international water law, as well as the approaches that failed, and which should be avoided"--Back cover.
"Originally published as Volume 2(3) 2017, in International Water Law"--Title page verso.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 68-82).
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Comparing inter-state and international water law Positive inter-state lessons for international water law Negative inter-state lessons for international water law Conclusion.
KF5575 .L37 2017
Leiden, The Netherlands : Koninklijke Brill NV,