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Nhan đề: The Mekong river, International Relations & the Need for Multilateral Governance
Tác giả: Nathan Johnson
Từ khoá: The mekong river
Năm xuất bản: 27-May-2009
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: 036
Tóm tắt: This article examines Mekong River water governance from an international relations perspective. It outlines some of the river’s most significant cross-border issues, with particular emphasis on those directly affecting the Mekong Delta. It then attempts to pit these challenges against the region’s broader international relations, including between both member and ‘dialogue partner’ Mekong River Commission (MRC) states. It assesses the existing Mekong regime arguing that, despite its current shortcomings, persisting with a multilateral approach is essential for effective Mekong River governance. In addition it suggests all Mekong basin states become fully integrated and committed to such a regime for successful cross-border water management to transpire.
Mô tả: Thông tin khoa học số 036
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