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71. Daoudy, M. 2005. Turkey and the region: testing the links between power asymmetry and hydro-hegemony

72. Selby, J., 2005. The limits of realism in water conflict analysis

73. Cascao, A. 2005. The Nile Basin

74. Greco, F. 2005. The securitization of the Disi aquifer: a silent conflict between Jordan and Saudi Arabia

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76. Attili, S. 2005 Israel's hydro-hegemony

77. Turton, A. R. 2005. Hydro-hegemony in the context of the South African Cold War experience

78. Heyns, P. 2005 Managing a hydro-power impasse on the Kunene River

79. Allan, J.A. 2007. Third International Workshop on Hydro-Hegemony: Introductory orientation

80. Brouma A.D. 2007. Hydro Hydro-Hegemony across the division line: tales from Cyprus

81. Carles A, 2007. The Egyptian hydro-hegemony

82. Cascão A.E. 2007. Resistance and counter-hegemony in transboundary river basins

83. Cascão A.E. 2007. Resisting Hegemony on the Nile

84. Daoudy M, 2007. Conceptualizing and Disentangling Cooperation

85. Davidsen, P.A. 2007. Hydrosolidarity and the power of being good

86. Dombrowsky I, 2007. Hydrosolidarity and the power of being good

87. Saleh, S.M.K. 2007. Sudan's 'Midstream Doctrine'

88. Greco, F, 2007. The HydroHegemony discussion Group on the internet

89. Horta, K. 2007. Resisting Hydro Hegemony in Southern Africa: The Lesotho Highlands Water Project

90. Kistin, E. 2007. Critiquing Cooperation:The Dynamic Effects of Water Regimes

91. Kistin, E. & Phillips, D.J.H. 2007.  A Framework for Cooperation on International Agreements Concerning Trans-boundary Water Resources

92. Messerschmid, C. 2007. Hegemony & Counter-Hegemony over Shared Aquifers - The Palestinian Experience

93. Mirumachi, N. 2007. Introducing Transboundary Waters Interaction NexuS(TWINS): Model of Interaction Dynamics in Transboundary Waters

94. Selby, J. 2007. Beyond Hydro-Hegemony: Gramsci, the National, and the Trans-National

95. Warner, J. 2007. Hegemony and Power

96. Woodhouse, M. 2007. Hydro-hegemony - A practical approach

97. Zeitoun,M. 2007. Hydro-hegemony: Towards a Radical View of Transboundary Hydropolitics

98. Zeitoun,M. 2007. Practical agenda of hydro-hegemony