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The Unique Promise of Environmental Cooperation in the Gulf

Courtesy of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a look at the the unique promise of environmental cooperation in the Gulf over issues such as water: The Issue Environmental dialogue in the Gulf holds unique promise to test the potential for greater regional cooperation amidst widespread distrust.* Environmental issues have not been as politicized […]

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Iran’s Regional Water Exports

Shana (Iran’s Petroenergy Information Network) recently reported that Kuwait and Iran plan to sign a water and gas export contract soon. While no further details were made available nor a specific timeframe, we found this report noteworthy for two reasons: first, the agreement may be one of several plans that Iran – a water rich, […]

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