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Afghanistan Water Resources

Afghanistan Water Resources

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Afghanistan Water Resources
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Published by: Khybari on Mar 19, 2010
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Making the Most of Afghanistan’s River Basins
Opportunities for Regional Cooperation
By Matthew King and Benjamin Sturtewagen
About the Authors
Matthew King
is an Associate at the EastWest Institute, where he manages Preventive Diplomacy
Initiatives. Matthew’s main interest is on motivating preventive action and strengthening the in-ternational confict prevention architecture. His current work ocuses on Central and South Asia,including Aghanistan and Iran, and on advancing regional solutions to prevent violent confict. Heis the head o the secretariat to the Parliamentarians Network or Confict Prevention and HumanSecurity. He served in the same position or the International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy
(2007–2008).King has worked or EWI since 2004. Beore then he worked in the legal proession in Ireland and in
the private sector with the Ford Motor Company in the feld o change management. He is the author
or coauthor o numerous policy bries and papers, including “New Initiatives on Confict Prevention
and Human Security” (2008), and a contributor to publications, including a chapter on peace in
Richard Cuto’s Civic and Political Leadership (Sage, orthcoming). He received his law degree rom
the University o Wales and holds a master’s in peace and confict resolution rom the Centre or
Confict Resolution at the University o Bradord, in England.
Benjamin Sturtewagen
is a Project Coordinator at the EastWest Institute’s Regional SecurityProgram. His work ocuses on South Asia, including Aghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran, and on waysto promote regional security. Benjamin has worked or EWI since April 2006, starting as a ProjectAssistant in its Confict Prevention Program and later as Project Coordinator in EWI’s Preventive
Diplomacy Initiative. Benjamin received a B.A. in communication sciences (Universiteit Antwerpen,
Belgium), an M.A. in international relations (Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium/Universidade deCoimbra, Portugal), and a postgraduate degree in European Union Studies (Université Libre de
Bruxelles, Belgium).
Making the Most of Afghanistan’s River Basins
Opportunities for Regional Cooperation
By Matthew King and Benjamin Sturtewagen
February 2010

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