By Samir N. Saliba
In spite of the significance of the Jordan River dispute, there was no complete and systematic examine of the matter. What few articles were written to this point were fragmentary and primarily handled the historical past of the dispute. M. G. Ionides, in "The Disputed Waters of Jordan," heart East magazine, Vol. 7 (I953), pp. I53 ff., Georgiana Stevens, within the "Jordan River V alley," foreign C on ciliation, No. 506 (I956), and extra lately, Kathryn B. Doherty, in "The Jordan Waters Conflict," foreign Conciliation, No. 533 (I965), problematic this subject matter. H. A. Smith, within the "Waters of the Jordan: an issue of overseas Water Control," foreign Affairs, Vol. 25 (I949), pp. 4I5 ff. has been the exception. notwithstanding, his paintings is superseded in that many different components have entered the image on the grounds that I949. My function in scripting this examine is twofold. First, i've got sought to replace the writings during this box. moment, it truly is was hoping that the findings of this learn will supply a clearer and a extra target perception into the issues concerned. fundamental assets for this learn comprise United countries files, Arab and Israeli executive guides, federal and foreign legislation circumstances facing river disputes, treaties, and newspapers. Sec ondary resource fabrics contain books, articles in discovered journals, and others.
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