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Ideal River

How Control of Nature Shaped the International Order

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Winner of the ISA 2024 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award

Winner of the BISA 2023 L.H.M. Ling Outstanding First Book Prize


2023 Sussex International Theory Book Prize (Honourable Mention)

'This is a brilliant book: erudite, thoughtful, beautifully written, richly analysed and theoretically sophisticated. It makes us look again at the way control of rivers – as nature, as resource, as colonial or territorial space – has shaped so many international doctrines, institutions and contestations.'
Laleh Khalili, author of Sinews of War and Trade

'In sum, Yao's book makes a strong case for paying attention to and leveraging historical material in IR. This is a crucial contribution to the literature, which should inspire others to extend this framework to the study of other environmental agreements or organizations. The book will be of great interest to several research and policy audiences. Particularly, scholars within hydro-politics will find this book useful as it showcases important milestones towards the establishment of river basin governance. Here, the book persuasively demonstrates how environmental politics can enrich our understanding of international organizations more generally.'
Stefan Döring, International Affairs

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Detaljer

Forlag
Manchester University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
264
ISBN
9781526154385
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
23 x 16 cm

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Winner of the ISA 2024 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award

Winner of the BISA 2023 L.H.M. Ling Outstanding First Book Prize


2023 Sussex International Theory Book Prize (Honourable Mention)

'This is a brilliant book: erudite, thoughtful, beautifully written, richly analysed and theoretically sophisticated. It makes us look again at the way control of rivers – as nature, as resource, as colonial or territorial space – has shaped so many international doctrines, institutions and contestations.'
Laleh Khalili, author of Sinews of War and Trade

'In sum, Yao's book makes a strong case for paying attention to and leveraging historical material in IR. This is a crucial contribution to the literature, which should inspire others to extend this framework to the study of other environmental agreements or organizations. The book will be of great interest to several research and policy audiences. Particularly, scholars within hydro-politics will find this book useful as it showcases important milestones towards the establishment of river basin governance. Here, the book persuasively demonstrates how environmental politics can enrich our understanding of international organizations more generally.'
Stefan Döring, International Affairs

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