Access to water (for drinking, for irrigation, for hydroelectric power) is likely to intensify as a source of conflict in the future, not only between countries but also between states and between urban and rural areas. This site considers the impact of leadership choices on a handful of water conflicts, past, present, and possible future. news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/08/maps-atlas-water-conflict-syria-isis
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