World Water Congress: Dr. Salman Salman Looks Forward to Scotland

06 March 2015

OOSKAnews caught up with Dr. Salman M. A. Salman this week to talk about about his participation in the Congress. Salman is Editor-in-Chief of Brill Research Perspectives, International Water Law; a fellow at the IWRA; and an academic researcher and consultant on water law and policy

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Interview with SudaNow Magazine: Why Must Sudan Must Join the UN Watercourses Treaty?

07 September 2014

In this article we will explain that the UN International Watercourses Treaty (UNIWCT) is a balanced framework agreement and why the Sudan should as soon as possible join the civilized nations which have enlisted to the Treaty.

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Interview with the International Relations and Security Network (ISN) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich)

19 October 2012

The number of international water conflicts is increasing, raising questions about how governments can effectively manage them. In today’s podcast, Salman MA Salman shares his insights on this issue from more than 30 years of working as a water lawyer.

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Interview with This is Africa: Cross-border resource management: How do the Nile countries fare? By Hannah Waddilove

15 November 2012

Countries are struggling to agree over the use of the Nile’s water, raising questions about cross border resource management.

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Interview with Circle of Blue: Pakistan and India in Dam Building Race — Interpreting the Indus Waters Treaty Network by Brett Walton

30 November 2010

A new era of dam building brings uncertainty to the 50-year-old water truce between India and Pakistan.

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