A Framework for Analysis of Transboundary Water Conflicts Mark Zeitoun, P.Eng, PhDLondon School of Economics and Political Science,
Centre for Environmental Policy and Governance
- Current utilistation is ‘inequitable’ and ‘unreasonable’
Conflict exists, even if it is hidden
Intensity and outcome of conflict is determined in large part by power (not law or fair sharing)
The situation of hegemony may be obscuring our analysis as much as it prevents resolution of the conflict.
‘Domination dressed up as cooperation’ (Selby)