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  • How Water-Development Nexus Can Reunite Central Asia?  [DPM 2014]
  • DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2014.23B014   PP.91 - 97
  • Author(s)
  • Zulfiya Mamatova, Dilshod Ibrokhimov
  • The following article has been retracted due to the fact that it cannot be accepted by the author’s university as a scientific peer-reviewed publication. The Editorial Board takes a very strong respect to the author’s situation on this matter. This paper published in World Journal of Engineering and Technology Vol.2 No.3B, September 2014, has been removed from this site.

  • Central Asia, Water Governance, Regional Cooperation, Transboundary Rivers, Aral Basin, Rogun Project, Kambarata-I, Dam Construction, Hydropolitics, Water Diplomacy, Integrated Water Resources Management, Land-Locked Countries, Conflict Resolution
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