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1  The Evolution of Global Water Law .........................................  3
Joseph W. Dellapenna and Joyeeta Gupta
2  Mesopotamia: A History of Water and Law.....................................  21
Itzchak E. Kornfeld
3  Islamic Law and the Politics of Water ...................................  37
Thomas Naff
4  Water in the Jewish Legal Tradition................................. ..........  53
Richard Laster, Rabbi David Aronovsky, and Dan Livney
Part II Evolving National Law and Politics
5  Brazil: The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water .....................  69
Paulo Jos6 Leite Farias
6  South Africa: The Development of Water Law ....................................  87
Michael Kidd
7  East African Water Regimes: The Case of Kenya................................ 105
David Nilsson and Ezekiel Nyangeri Nyanchaga
8  Israel: The Evolution of Water Law and Policy............................... 121
Richard Laster and Dan Livney
9  Russia: Historical Dimensions of Water Management.................   139
Vladimir Kotov
10  India: Evolution of Water Law and Policy........................................  157
Philippe Cullet and Joyeeta Gupta
11  Australia: The Problem of Sustainability in Water.............................. 175
Jennifer McKay and Simon Marsden
12  United States: The Allocation of Surface Waters.................................. 189
Joseph W. Dellapenna
13  United States: The Emergence of Environmental
C onsiderations............................................................... ..............  205
Sandra Zellmer
Part III Evolving Supranational and Regional
Water Law and Politics
14  European Community Water Policy ........................................... 227
Paulo Canelas de Castro
15  Southern Africa: Evolving Regional Water
L aw  and  Politics  ........................................ .................................  245
Pieter van der Zaag
16  The Jordan Basin: Evolution of the Rules.......................................  263
Robbie Sahel
17  The  North  Am erican  G reat Lakes..................................... ..................  281
Noah D. Hall
18  The Rio de la Plata Basin  ......................... ..... ..............  299
Griselda D. Capaldo
Part IV Current Trends in International Water Law
19  Case Law on International Watercourses................... ..............  319
Lilian del Castillo-Laborde
20  International Cooperation on Water Resources............................... 337
Maria Manuela Farrajota
21  Public Participation in Water Governance.................... ............... 353
Jona Razzaque
22  The  M arket Alternative........................................ .. ..............  373
Joseph W. Dellapenna
Part V Conclusions
23 The Challenges for the Twenty-First Century:
A   C ritical A pproach  ........................................ ............. .....................  39 1
Joyeeta Gupta and Joseph W. Dellapenna



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Water Law and legislation, Water rights