Preservation and Allocation of Fresh Water Resources in International Law Jordan: Special Case Study
This thesis argues for the creation of a comprehensive, developed body of international environmental law, to regulate allocation and protection of freshwater resources. The thesis gives an idea of the substantive duties and obligations of states under the developing international law of the environment in the use of international watercourses and the responsibilities and liabilities of states for breach of those duties. The thesis continues to examination of a special case study of Jordan encompassing the water resources and river disputes.
Abu-Raghes, Ghada Ibrahim, "Preservation and Allocation of Fresh Water Resources in International Law Jordan: Special Case Study" (1993). LLM Theses and Essays. 315.