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The River Nile in the Age of the British : Political Ecology and the Quest for Economic Power By Terje Tvedt
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The River Nile in the Age of the British : Political Ecology and the Quest for Economic Power By Terje Tvedt

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Economics
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9781860648359
Author
Terje Tvedt
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I.b.tauris
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  • The Nile today plays a crucial role in the economics, politics and cultural life of ten countries and their more than 300 million inhabitants. No other international river basin has a longer, more complex and eventful history than the Nile. In telling the detailed story of the hydropolitics of the Nile valley in a period during which the conceptualization, use and planning of the waters ...
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      Category Type
      Economics
      ISBN
      9781860648359
      Item EAN
      2724589431847
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      Author
      Terje Tvedt
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      Publisher
      I.b.tauris
      Category Type
      Economics
      ISBN
      9781860648359
      Item EAN
      2724589431847
      People
      Author
      Terje Tvedt
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      Publisher
      I.b.tauris
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    • The Nile today plays a crucial role in the economics, politics and cultural life of ten countries and their more than 300 million inhabitants. No other international river basin has a longer, more complex and eventful history than the Nile. In telling the detailed story of the hydropolitics of the
    • The Nile today plays a crucial role in the economics, politics and cultural life of ten countries and their more than 300 million inhabitants. No other international river basin has a longer, more complex and eventful history than the Nile. In telling the detailed story of the hydropolitics of the Nile valley in a period during which the conceptualization, use and planning of the waters were revolutionized, and many of the most famous politicians of the 20th century - Churchill, Mussolini, Eisenhower, Eden, Nasser and Haile Selassie - played active parts in the Nile game, this work should stand as a case study of a much more general and acute question: the political ecology of trans-national river basins.
     

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