‘Sharing’ Ganges Water: Indo-Bangladesh Treaties and International Law

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‘Sharing’ Ganges Water: Indo-Bangladesh Treaties and International Law

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English (US)
Publisher(s)
The University Press Limited
First Published
2023
Page Length
286

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This study through a comparative analysis of the Ganges agreements and `codified’ rules of international law has attempted to see whether a wider interpretation of applicable international law and due regard to environmental rules could improve the existing Ganges regime and inspire agreed basin-wide development of other rivers. Although based on the Ganges River, the book has also touched upon the loopholes in negotiations on some other shared rivers of the regions. It argues that the traditional model of negotiation on the ‘sharing’ of transboundary rivers of this region should be revisited to make ways for basin-wide integrated utilization and management of these rivers. While this topic also involves political and technological issues, the author believes that a better understanding of legal factors may contribute to easing tensions on those issues. This book aims to contribute to such learning. It should cater to the interests of policymakers, academicians, activists, and students interested in this region’s development.



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