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GLOBAR WATER FORUM

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 27, 2017 IN GOVERNANCE, TRANSBOUNDARY

Dr. Selina Ho, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

This contribution is based on an article published in Water Policy, Vol.18, Issue S1 (2016), entitled ‘“Big Brother, Little Brothers”: Comparing China’s and India’s Transboundary River Policies’, authored by Selina Ho

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Nepal can work with China and India to develop river management infrastructure
- Pramod Aryal

Feb 16, 2017- Nepal, China, and India have witnessed civilisations with diverse religions, cultures and heritages growing in harmony but with a brutal history of colonisation followed by periodic shocks. Moreover, the new global order of the 21st century makes it prudent for these great civilisations to work to harness the embedded potentials for coexistence. Thus, diplomacy has to evolve where peace and harmony is paramount. The Nepal-China Think Tank Conference held in Kathmandu with 14 Chinese members including political and infrastructure experts that coincided with the Raisaina-Observer Research Foundation Conference held in Delhi with three Chinese academicians could have been good gesture.

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