Beyond Borders: Navigating Asia’s Water Challenges
By Farwa Aamer and Susanne Schmeier
Solving Asia's water stress will require a concerted diplomatic effort on the international stage.
China’s Super Hydropower Dam and Fears of Sino-Indian Water Wars
By Genevieve Donnellon-May
The already-fraught relationship between China and India is becoming even more tense over Beijing’s plans to build a “super hydropower dam” in Tibet.
The Chinese Threat to Lower Brahmaputra Riparians India and Bangladesh
By Jaideep Saikia
The plan to divert the waters of Brahmaputra would affect over 140 million people who are dependent on the river.
China’s Hydropower Plan on the Brahmaputra
By Hongzhou Zhang and Genevieve Donnellon-May
Climate goals and local interests are driving Tibet’s hydropower boom, which will have implications far beyond China.
India Needs to Keep the Indus Waters Treaty Intact
By Sayanangshu Modak
The long-standing water-sharing agreement should not be a soft target for punitive action.
Why India Must Refrain From a Water War With Pakistan
By Muhammad Daim Fazil
Threatening Pakistan's water supply will have a negative impact on India and all of South Asia.
China, India, Pakistan: Moving Beyond Water Wars
By Bilal Hussain
Reliance on the same rivers should promote cooperation, not conflict, in the Indus Basin.