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Water and Energy Disputes of Central Asia: In search of regional solutions?

by Natalia Mirimanova
14 August 2009

Water and Energy Disputes of Central Asia: In search of regional solutions?

Natalia Mirimanova

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EUCAM, in cooperation with Asian Development Bank, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Wolfensohn Centre for Development (Brookings Institution), organised a conference on Regional Cooperation and Development in Central Asia. The event was hosted by CEPS on March 2-3, 2009. The gathering was marked by a broad range of perspectives on the constellation of interests, capacities and motivations regarding a more integrated Central Asia. Water resource issues that largely define the relationships between the Central Asian states were discussed from various angles by Central Asian and international experts and representatives of major donor agencies (Aga Khan Development Network and UNDP). This Commentary attempts to synthesize the diverse viewpoints and arguments put forward at this important event.


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Water and Energy Disputes of Central Asia: In search of regional solutions?
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