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Complexity of transboundary water conflicts : enabling conditions for negotiating contingent resolutions

Author: Enamul Choudhury; Shafiqul Islam
Publisher: London : Anthem Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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'Complexity of Transboundary Water Conflicts' seeks to understand transboundary water issues as complex systems with contingent conditions and possibilities. To address those conditions and leverage the possibilities it introduces the concept of enabling conditions as a pragmatic way to identify and act on the emergent possibilities to resolve transboundary water issues.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1057303616
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Enamul Choudhury; Shafiqul Islam
ISBN: 9781783088706 1783088702
OCLC Number: 1078923387
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Front Matter; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; List of Illustrations; Foreword; Prologue; Chapters 1 to Epilogue; Part I The Conceptual Argument of the Book and a Case Illustration; Chapter One Complexity and Contingency: Understanding Transboundary Water Issues; 1. Transboundary Water Management: A Brief Overview; 2. Complexity in Transboundary Water Problems; 2.1 Many Faces of Complexity; Complexity is neither simple nor complicated; Complexity is between order and randomness; Complexity is not chaotic; 2.2 Complexity, Causes and Conditions Causes and conditions3. Complexity, Causality and Emergence; 4. Complexity, Contingency and Adaptive Learning; 4.1 A Continuum of Contingency and Necessity; 4.2 Negotiation and Adaptive Learning: An Approach to Address Complexity through Contingency; References; Chapter Two The Meaning and Logic of Enablement to Explain Complexity and Contingent Actions; 1. Introduction; 2. Conventional Meaning of Causality; 2.1 Evolution of the Conventional Meaning of Causality; 2.2 Applicability of the Conventional Meaning of Causality in TWM; Structure-based approaches; Agent-based approaches 2.3 Conventional Meaning of Causality: A Look through the Complexity Lens3. Meanings of Enabling Conditions; 3.1 Meaning of Enabling Conditions in Different Stages of Causal Reasoning; Normality approach; Informativeness and attributional approach; Probabilistic contrast approach; 3.2 Meaning of Enabling Conditions in Practical Reasoning; The motivational form of practical reasoning; Pragmatic form of practical reasoning; Situational form of practical reasoning; Generative form of practical reasoning; 4. Use of Enabling Conditions to Explain Complexity; 5. Concluding Remarks; References Chapter Three Bridging Complexity and Contingency: Role of Three Enabling Conditions To Resolve...1. Introduction; 2. Three Enabling Conditions for Negotiated Conflict Resolution; 2.1 Enabling Condition #1: Active Recognition of Interdependence; 2.2 Enabling Condition #2: Mutual Value Creation; 2.3 Enabling Condition #3: Adaptive Learning and Governance; 3. Conflict Resolution in the Indus and Jordan Basins; 3.1 An Overview of Conflicts in the Indus and Jordan Basins; 3.2 Enabling Condition #1: Active Recognition of Interdependence among Contending Stakeholders; The case of Indus The case of Jordan3.3 Enabling Condition #2: Mutual Value Creation through Joint Fact Finding and Creating Mutual Benefits; The case of Indus; The case of Jordan; 3.4 Enabling Condition #3: Adaptive Regime of Governance through Creating Joint Authority to Monitor the Agreement and Building the Capacity to Manage New Problems; The case of Indus; The case of Jordan; 4. Concluding Remarks; References; Part II River Basins Around the World: Case Studies; Chapter Four The Resolve to Cooperate on Danube: Enabling Conditions for Transboundary Water Cooperation; 1. Introduction
Responsibility: edited by Enamul Choudhury and Shefiqul Islam.

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'Complexity of Transboundary Water Conflicts' seeks to understand transboundary water issues as complex systems with contingent conditions and possibilities. To address those conditions and leverage the possibilities it introduces the concept of enabling conditions as a pragmatic way to identify and act on the emergent possibilities to resolve transboundary water issues.

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