International and Regional Water Policy Common case of Turkish Ilisu dam study
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2014, Volume 3, Issue 10, Pages 206-326
AbstractThe concept of – Value of water – is more complicated than the volume of financial and economic evaluation , and It includes other social and cultural and historical and environmental dimensions .
Iraq must oblige with the basics of Islamic Doctrine and principles of International law to offer the sources of his International water from the neighbor Turkey , and the Iraqi Decision maker must oblige politically and joining in following new programs on higher levels to evaluate the water resources and It‘s development and doing Campaigns to improve the general awareness and re-active the cooperation between the administration and people and establishing societies and associations for water users and joining private sector in management .
The Iraqi Decision – Maker must understand that the negotiation must be done on the basis of different advantages exchange ( Iraqi Oil in return for water coming from Turkey )that must be with clear properties strategic and many cause to treat the shortage of water resources in limited period , but it must transfer to pressure paper by origin country – Turkey – through the visible future particularly after establishing excess Turkish Dams and Tanks on Tigris and Euphrates rivers , and last one is Aliso Dam , and after the world saw the oil on year 1973 not only as essential Good but also basic condition to the stability of International economic , this vision was being used clearly on water in dry regions such as Iraq .
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