Water Hemogomy: Slides

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)

Water Hemogomy – Slides


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