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Are We Seeing the Mekong River's 'Last Days'?
March 06, 2019

Are We Seeing the Mekong River's 'Last Days'?

By Benjamin Zawacki
A book review of Last Days of the Mighty Mekong, Brian Eyler, Zed 2019.

The Trouble With the Lancang Mekong Cooperation Forum
December 19, 2018

The Trouble With the Lancang Mekong Cooperation Forum

By Shang-su Wu
The LMC was born from China’s unilateral dam building, but that same fact may also undermine the forum in the end.
Laos' Dam Disaster May Not Be Its Last
August 02, 2018

Laos' Dam Disaster May Not Be Its Last

By Tom Fawthrop
The cost-cutting and lack of oversight that led to the dam's collapse plague other hydropower projects across the country.

A Bright Future in Cambodia’s Energy Sector?
November 17, 2017

A Bright Future in Cambodia’s Energy Sector?

By Sabrina Gyorvary
Rather than ecologically harmful dams, Cambodia should explore solar power to fill its energy gap.

Why the Mekong River Commission Matters
December 07, 2016

Why the Mekong River Commission Matters

By Gabriella Neusner
Despite its limitations, the body is key to ongoing efforts to save one of the world’s largest and longest rivers.

Mekong Under ‘Very High’ Threat: Vietnam
April 06, 2016

Mekong Under ‘Very High’ Threat: Vietnam

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Another study predicts adverse effects for one of the world’s greatest rivers if no action is taken.

China and the Mekong Delta: Water Savior or Water Tyrant?
March 23, 2016

China and the Mekong Delta: Water Savior or Water Tyrant?

By Margaret Zhou
Don't be fooled by reports about China discharging water to alleviate drought along the Mekong.
Drought Fans Tensions Along the Mekong
March 12, 2016

Drought Fans Tensions Along the Mekong

By Luke Hunt
Thailand and Laos trade barbs.

Mekong River Commission Faces Radical Change
January 22, 2016

Mekong River Commission Faces Radical Change

By Luke Hunt
Donors have dropped their funding, forcing a radical restructuring.

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