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“The volume contains articles on case law on international watercourses, on the concept of international cooperation, on public participation, and on water markets. … The value of The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water lies primarily in the individual articles. … all articles contain interesting information for those interested in the specific case and some articles are relevant for anyone interested in the evolution of water law in general.” (Erik Mostert, Water History, Vol. 1, 2009)
“This edited book is a welcome addition to the existing scholarly knowledge on water law and policy. It can serve as a useful reference volume as it provides the reader with a wide range of cases to consider the evolution of water law and policy through varied lenses. It is a useful resource for scholars, academic researchers, practitioners, and members of the public who are interested in exploring the evolution of water law over different spatial and temporal scales.” (Lovleen Bhullar, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 29, 2011)