The Special Issue contains an introduction by Editors Philippe Cullet and AIDA member Raya Marina Stephan, and a number of research articles, as follows: International law has experienced major developments in the past decades, which take into account the multifaceted nature of freshwater management and protection.Adopting universal, regional and river-basin tools stresses the importance of studying the evolution of international legal frameworks for water resources, and for identifying the main principles in this area.
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The river originates in the Tibetan area of China and flows through four countries, including China, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh, before reaching the sea at the Bay of Bengal.
It provides an important source of livelihoods for the riparian populations, many of whom use the river for agriculture and fisheries.
It also analyses potential area of future cooperation, termed as Zone of Possible Effective Cooperation (ZOPEC).