The Nile: Is It a Cure or a Blessing?

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The purpose of this paper is to analyse the water policies of the Nile riparian states and their attendant consequences, including economic, environmental and social crises. From a holistic theoretical standpoint, the paper explores the distribution, redistribution and utilisation of Nile water by Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan, and discusses their policies and strategies for further cooperation.

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Debay Tadesse

Senior Researcher for the African Conflict Prevention and Risk Analysis (CPRA) Programme at Institute for Security Studies (ISS), Ethiopia
Dr. Debay Tadesse has a PhD in Public Policy and Development in Africa and MA degree in African History from Howard University in Washington, DC and his BA degree in History from Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
His work is aimed at understanding how environmental, economic and political change impact on the people`s of Africa and how policy reform can bring real change on the ground.

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