International Affairs
2 August 2013 , Volume 69, Number 4

Rivers cross borders and reducing their flow raises tensions and costs lives. Multilateral cooperation is becoming vital

Authors

Dr Gareth Price

Senior Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme

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Water usage in Delhi is nearly twice as much as in London because a sporadic supply encourages people to store more. Photo: Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images

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