, Volume 69, Number 4

Gareth Price, Senior Research Fellow, Chatham House Asia Programme
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Gareth Price is Senior Research Fellow at the Chatham House Asia Programme

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

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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