سندھ طاس معاہدہ: حقائق اور نتائج

Authors

  • اِسماعیل موسیٰ ڈاکٹر، ایسوسی ایٹ پروفیسر، شعبہ سیّاسیّات،وفاقی اٌردوجامعہ(مولوی عبدالحق کیمپس)
  • رانی اِرم لیکچرار، شعبہ سیّاسیّات،وفاقی اٌردوجامعہ(مولوی عبدالحق کیمپس)
  • محمدعمیررفیق ریسرچ اسکالر، شعبۂ سیاسیات، جامعہ کراچی

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to prepare a foundation for widening the scope of the Indus Waters Treaty from a water sharing agreement to a comprehensive tool for the sharing. Water is essential for the whole life. Managing water is a challenging task, particularly in shared water basins that host more than half of the world's population. This article explores threats and opportunities through the presentation of case studies that analyze the multi-faceted and dynamic nature of the interplay between domestic politics and international concerns on Indus basin issue. . The central thesis of this project is to explore how a regional (sub-national) dynamic can be built into the Indus Waters Treaty to address the inequitable regional sharing of the Indus basin. This regional dynamic, a shift from conventional nation-state management approach to trans boundary waters, can become a stepping stone for the joint management of the Indus basin

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Published

2014-06-01

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Research Articles