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River Regionalism: Locating Transboundary Rivers in Regional Cooperation Context in South Asia

The history of riparian relations in South Asia can be termed as essentially bilateral in nature, but we can notice a change in the contours of riparian negotiations after the end of the Cold War. The economic interdependencies built around regional and sub-regional institutions and infrastructure development initiatives, have pushed countries in the region to think more about how core issues of livelihood, environment and ecological sustainability, shared rivers will fit in the new regimes.

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