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International Financial Institutions and the Water Convention: Consultations Arrangements, In Attila Tanzia et al.

The UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes - Its Contribution to International Water Cooperation (Brill Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden), 2015

Entry into Force of the UN Watercourses Convention - Why Should it Matter?

31 International Journal of Water Resources Development 2015

Global Perspectives on the Entry into Force of the UN Watercourses Convention, Part Two

17 Water Policy 2015

Global Perspectives on the Entry into Force of the UN Watercourses Convention, Part One

16 Water Policy 2014

Global Perspectives on the Entry into Force of the UN Watercourses Convention, Russian language version

The Human Right to Water and Sanitation - Is the Obligation Deliverable?

39 Water International 2014

Entry into force of the UN Watercourses Convention: why should it matter?

International Journal of Water Resources Development (2014)

Misconceptions Regarding Interpretation of the UN Watercourses Convention, in The UN Watercourses Convention in Force

Strengthening International Law for Water Management (F. Rocha Loures & A. Rieu-Clarke, eds, Earthscan, London 2014) at 28.

Santa Cruz Declaration on the Global Water Crisis

Water International (March 2014) at 251

South Sudan Road to Independence - Broken Promises and Lost Opportunities

26 Global Business and Development Law Journal (2013), at 1

The Human Right to Water - Challenges of Implementation

106 American Society of International Law Proceedings 214, (2013), at 44

Water Resources in the Sudan North South Peace Process and the Ramifications of the Secession of South Sudan, in Water and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding  

Jessica Troell, Erika Weinthal, and Mikiyasu Nakayama, editors; Environmental Law Institute, Washington DC; Earthscan, London, (2013)

The Abyei Territorial Dispute between North and South Sudan: Why has its Resolution Proven Difficult? in Land and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

Jon Unruh and Rhodri Williams, editors; Environmental Law Institute, Washington DC; Earthscan, London, (2013)

Mediation of International Water Disputes - The Indus, the Jordan and the Nile Basins Interventions in L. Boisson de Chazourens, C. Leb, & M. Tignino (eds.), International Law and Freshwater: The Multiple Challenges

Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, 360 (2013)

The Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement: A Peacefully Unfolding African Spring?

38 Water International, 17 (2013)

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam – Challenges and Opportunities?

The CIP Report (Center for Infrastructure Protection), Volume 10, No. 4, at 21, October 2011 (University of George Mason, School of Law) (page 21)

The World Bank Policy and Practice for Projects Affecting Shared Aquifers

36 Water International, 595, (2011)

The New State of South Sudan and the Hydro-politics of the Nile Basin

36 Water International, 154 (2011)

The Baardhere Dam and Water Infrastructure Project in Somalia, Ethiopia’s objection and the World Bank Response

Hydrological Sciences Journal, 56 (4), 630 (2011)

Legal Aspects of Sharing and Management of Transboundary Waters in South Asia – Preventing Conflicts and Promoting Cooperation

Hydrological Sciences Journal, 56 (4), 641 (2011)

The Future of International Water Law – Regional Approaches to Shared Watercourses? in Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman (Arsanjani, Cogan, Sloane and Wiessner, eds.)

Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague, 907 (2011)

Downstream Riparians Can Also Harm Upstream Riparians – The Concept of Foreclosure of Future Uses

35 Water International 350 (2010)

Downstream Riparians Can Also Harm Upstream Riparians – The Concept of Foreclosure of Future Uses (in Chinese)/View Cover Page

Translated by Desheng Hu and Zhiping Tang, in Symposium Proceedings for International law and Practice of Transboundary Water Resources, (edited by Guanging Tan and Lingjie Kong) Beijing; China Social Sciences Academic Press, March 2012, 38 - 62

The World Bank and the Gezira Scheme in the Sudan - Political Economy of Irrigation Reforms (World Bank Report 96873, June 2010)

The Niger River, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law

(Oxford University Press 2009)

Water Resources in the Sudan North-South Peace Process – Past Experience and Future Trends

16 African Yearbook of International Law 299 (2008)

The Baglihar Difference and its Resolution Process – A Triumph for the Indus Waters Treaty?

10 Water Policy, 1 (2008)

The Evolution, Codification and Current Status of International Water Law UN Audiovisual Library of International Law, 2008, available in English /عربي /Español / Français/ / Русский / / 中文

The Helsinki Rules, the UN Watercourses Convention and the Berlin Rules: Perspectives on International Water Law

23 International Journal of Water Resources Development, 619 (2007)

Oceans and Freshwater Resources, with David Freestone, Chapter 15, The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (Daniel Bodansky, Jutta Brunnee and Ellen Hey, editors)

Oxford University Press, 337 (2007)

The United Nations Watercourses Convention Ten Years Later– Why Has its Entry into Force Proven Difficult?

32 Water International, 1 (2007)

The Indus Waters Treaty, the Baglihar Difference and ICSID Administration of the Proceedings,

News from ICSID Volume 23 No 2 (2006)

International Water Disputes – A New Breed of Claims, Claimants and Settlement Institutions

31 Water International 1 (2006)

The World Bank’s New Policy on Indigenous Peoples

Volume 2, The World Bank Legal Review, 525 (2006). (2006)

United Nations General Assembly Resolution: International Decade for Action, Water for Life, 2005-2015

30 Water International 415 (2005)

Shared Watercourses in the Southern African Development Community: Challenges and Opportunities

6 Water Policy, 25 (2004)

From Marrakech Through The Hague to Kyoto – Has the Global Debate on Water Reached a Dead End? Part Two

29 Water International, 11 (2004)

From Marrakech Through The Hague to Kyoto – Has the Global Debate on Water Reached a Dead End? Part One

28 Water International, 491 (2003)

Good Offices and Mediation and International Water Disputes, in Resolution of International Water Disputes

The Permanent Court of Arbitration/Peace Palace Papers, edited by the International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 155 (2003)

The Abuja Ministerial Declaration on Water – A Milestone or Just Another Statement?

27 Water International, 442 (2002)

International Groundwater Law and the World Bank Policy for Projects on Transboundary Groundwater with Raj Krishna; in Aaron Wolf, (ed.) Conflict Prevention and Resolution in Water Systems (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK) 360 (2002)
Inter-states Water Disputes in India - An Analysis of the Settlement Process,

4 Water Policy, 223 (2002)

Regulatory Framework for Participatory Irrigation Management: An Overview; in Slavko Bogdanovic, (ed.) Legal Aspects of Sustainable Water Resources Management

(YuAWL and IWLRI) 343 (2002)

Dams, International Rivers and Riparian States: An Analysis of the Recommendations of the World Commission on Dams

16 American University International Law Review, 1477 (2001)

Legal Regime for Use and Protection of International Watercourses in the Southern African Region: Evolution and Context

41 Natural Resources Journal, 981 (2001)

The Legal Response to the World’s Water Crisis: What Legacy From The Hague? What Future in Kyoto (with Patricia Wouters and Patricia Jones)

4 University of Denver Water Law Review, 418 (2001)

SADC Revised Protocol on Shared Watercourses in the Southern African Development Community

40 International Legal Materials 2001, 317 (2001)

Sharing Rivers for Peace, Development, and Security: An Analysis of the Recommendations of the World Commission on Dams

26 Water International, 283 (2001)

International Rivers as Boundaries/The Dispute over Kasikili/Sedudu Island and the Decision of the International Court of Justice

25 Water International, 580 (2000)

Lay Tribunals in the Sudan: An Historical and Socio-legal Analysis, p.61 - 128.

21 Journal of Legal Pluralism (1983)

Legal Profession in the Sudan: A Study of Legal and Professional Pluralism, in C. J. Dias et al (editors)-Lawyers in the Third World: Comparative and Developmental Perspectives, p. 266

Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsola,(1981)

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