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Academic Tribes and Transboundary Water Management

By Julie Trottier and David B. Brooks - 05.28.2013

New potential solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian water conflict can be found by harnessing knowledge produced by social sciences to promote a demand management approach and addressing disciplinary divisions.

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Advancing Palestinian Science and Promoting Cooperation under Long-Term Occupation

By Michael Thomas - 03.18.2013

Meaningful Israeli-Palestinian science cooperation today is constrained by the political and societal realities. Nevertheless, international engagement on Palestinian science capacity building encourages and enables long-term, peaceful cooperation.

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The Middle East Regional Cooperation Program

By Kira E. Mock - 02.21.2013

The Middle East Regional Cooperation (MERC) program, which encourages cooperation between Israelis, Palestinians, and other Arab partners, advances science and professional relationships.  

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Synchrotron Light and the Middle East

By Chris Llewellyn Smith - 11.16.2012

SESAME, the only synchrotron in the Middle East, seeks to achieve scientific excellence, attract and retain scientists, and foster regional cooperation, while overcoming sometimes tense political relationships.

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Water Diplomacy

By Lawrence Susskind and Shafiqul Islam - 08.22.2012

By framing water agreements in non-zero-sum terms and building trust over time, even countries in conflict can successfully manage shared water resources for mutual benefit.

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