Watershed Democracy: Hydropolitics and Federalist Experiments in Interstate Water Management

By Jenny Kehl.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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Interstate water disputes are difficult to resolve because water crosses legal jurisdictions, state boundaries, and stakeholder interests. Federalist systems are designed to have institutional channels for conflict resolution, but water disputes have proven to be an inimitable challenge. This study uses horizontal and vertical analyses of federalism to examine watershed governance in the United States, Mexico, India, and South Africa. The study exposes the successes and failures of federalist experiments in watershed management; in the interest of improving interstate water dispute resolution.

Keywords: International Hydropolitics, Watershed Democracy, Innovation and Cooperation

The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.243-258. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.221MB).

Prof. Jenny Kehl

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, USA

Dr. Kehl conducts research on economic development and international resources security. She teaches international political economy and comparative development in the Department of Political Science and the Graduate Program of International Public Service and Development at Rutgers University. Her most recent publications include a book on foreign investment and global development (2008), and a new project on foreign investment and resources security, which emphasizes the relationship between natural resources, economic prosperity, political stability, and international security.

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