International Water Law

The non navigation use of water principle of

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Unformatted text preview: ountry (downstream) A classic example of the conflicting principles: The Aral sea is a problem but the conflict is over cotton and energy Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan upstream, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan downstream 1996 UN Convention on the Non- Navigation Use of Water: Principle of equitable and reasonable sue Principle of no significant harm Convention was never ratified but is argued to form customary law. Only about 25% of treaties now are about splitting water Now its wa...
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