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From Water to Weapons: Science Diplomacy in Practice

By Mark Jansson - 10/12/2022

From the water crisis in Yemen, the focus of his 2012 piece, to the continuing threat of nuclear proliferation, Mark Jansson stresses the value of science in building policy solutions to address some of the globe’s most pressing challenges.

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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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Building a New Foundation with Yemen

By Mark Jansson and Charles D. Ferguson - 09/17/2012

Technical partnerships aimed at solving priority challenges will strengthen not only the U.S.-Yemen relationship but also regional relationships and will broaden these relationships beyond counterterrorism.

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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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