Security and Human Right to Water in Central Asia.

By: Pérez Martín, Miguel ÁngelContributor(s): Pérez Martín, Miguel ÁngelMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandSecurity, Development and Human Rights in East Asia Ser: Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (188 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137540058Subject(s): Asia-Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Security and Human Right to Water in Central AsiaDDC classification: 363.610958 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Security and Human Right to Water in Central Asia -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- Water, Security and Human Security -- Human Right to Water, Constructivism and International Organizations -- The Normal Politics or Desecuritization -- The Extraordinary Politics -- The Exceptional Politics -- Multilateral Organizations -- HRWS, Empowerment and Emancipation -- Participation, Civil Society and Multilateral Organizations -- Notes -- 2 A Water History of Central Asia -- Why the Amu Darya? -- The Scene -- Geography of Central Asia -- Central Asia, Afghanistan and the Amu Darya: A Controversial Border -- Society and Water Resources -- The Russian Conquest -- The Kazakh Steppes -- The Oasis -- The Empire in Central Asia -- The Amu Darya: A New Frontier -- The World Wars -- The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan and the USSR Dissolution -- Geography of Amu Darya River -- Demography in the Amu Darya Basin -- Where Does the River's Watercourse Come from and How Is It Distributed? -- Who Controls the Amu Darya's Watercourse? -- Water Resources Management in the Amu Darya -- Notes -- 3 Environmental Security, Water Resources and International Security Organizations -- The Soviet Union, Water and Environment -- Environment, Water and the Aral Sea -- Agricultural Pollution -- Industrial Pollution -- Climate Change -- Waste Dumps and Military Complexes -- The Military Complexes -- International Security Organizations and the Environment -- The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) -- The Minsk Summit -- The CIS, Agents, Acts and Contexts -- The Soviet Leadership -- The CIS: From Desecuritization to the Dissolution of the Environmental Question -- What Circumstances Could Contribute to the Weak Institutionalization of the Environmental Cooperation Within the CIS? -- The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
Speech and Environment -- The OSCE: A Large Securitization Process -- Securitization of Water, Securitizing Agents and the Dispositif -- the Platform for Co-operative Security and 2007 Strategy for a New Partnership with Central Asia, EUWI -- ENVSEC Initiative -- EU Strategy for a New Partnership with Central Asia -- Success or Failure of the OSCE's Water Securitization Process? -- NATO, Security, Environment and the Speak Act -- Securitization Process and Dispositif -- ENVSEC Projects Implemented by NATO in Central Asia -- Notes -- 4 Economic Security, Water Resources and International Security Organizations (NATO, OSCE, CSTO, SCO) -- Introduction -- Growth and Poverty -- Economic Relevance in the Amu Darya Basin -- Introduction -- Agriculture and Food Security -- Cotton Monoculture in Central Asia -- Uzbek Cotton -- Water and Energy -- Agriculture, Energy and Pollution -- The CIS and the EAEU -- The EAEU Background -- The Eurasian Union Community: Actors and Leadership in Central Asia -- EAEU and Water Resources -- The Russian Role, Energy and Water -- Why Russia Seems to Have Shifted Its Stance -- Notes -- 5 Political Security Water Resources and International Security Organizations (NATO, OSCE, CSTO, SCO) in the Amu Darya -- Introduction -- HRWS in Central Asia -- Water Resources and Ethnic Conflicts -- The International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea -- Political Systems -- HRWS and Water: Ethnic Conflicts in the Amu Darya with The Construction of the New Post-Soviet States -- The Punished Peoples -- The Construction of the New Post-Soviet States. Communities and Borders -- Legal Framework and Minorities -- The Karakalpaks in Uzbekistan -- Uzbek-Tajik Rivalry -- The Uzbeks in Tajikistan -- The Tajiks in Uzbekistan -- The Collective Security Treaty Organization and Human Rights -- Central Asian Countries and CSTO: Actors and Context.
The CSTO Speech Act -- The Tashkent Treaty (TT) and Russian Leadership -- The Tashkent Treaty -- What Are the Main Threats Perceived in the CSTO? -- CSTO and the Dispositif -- CSTO, Human Rights and Water Resources -- The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and Human Rights -- The Cooperation against the Three Evils and the Human Rights -- The OSCE and Human Rights -- NATO and Human Rights -- The Macrosecuritization of Security in Central Asia -- The Transnational Advocacy Networks (TANs) -- Where Is the Management of Water Resources Heading in Central Asia? Human Rights and Water -- The IWRM -- IWRM versus HRWS -- Notes -- 6 Conclusions -- Water, Energy and Wealth -- Risks and Threats -- Human Security, HRWS and Extraordinary Politics: Towards a Community of Security -- Toward a Security Community in the Amu Darya -- Notes -- References -- Index.
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Intro -- Security and Human Right to Water in Central Asia -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- Water, Security and Human Security -- Human Right to Water, Constructivism and International Organizations -- The Normal Politics or Desecuritization -- The Extraordinary Politics -- The Exceptional Politics -- Multilateral Organizations -- HRWS, Empowerment and Emancipation -- Participation, Civil Society and Multilateral Organizations -- Notes -- 2 A Water History of Central Asia -- Why the Amu Darya? -- The Scene -- Geography of Central Asia -- Central Asia, Afghanistan and the Amu Darya: A Controversial Border -- Society and Water Resources -- The Russian Conquest -- The Kazakh Steppes -- The Oasis -- The Empire in Central Asia -- The Amu Darya: A New Frontier -- The World Wars -- The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan and the USSR Dissolution -- Geography of Amu Darya River -- Demography in the Amu Darya Basin -- Where Does the River's Watercourse Come from and How Is It Distributed? -- Who Controls the Amu Darya's Watercourse? -- Water Resources Management in the Amu Darya -- Notes -- 3 Environmental Security, Water Resources and International Security Organizations -- The Soviet Union, Water and Environment -- Environment, Water and the Aral Sea -- Agricultural Pollution -- Industrial Pollution -- Climate Change -- Waste Dumps and Military Complexes -- The Military Complexes -- International Security Organizations and the Environment -- The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) -- The Minsk Summit -- The CIS, Agents, Acts and Contexts -- The Soviet Leadership -- The CIS: From Desecuritization to the Dissolution of the Environmental Question -- What Circumstances Could Contribute to the Weak Institutionalization of the Environmental Cooperation Within the CIS? -- The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

Speech and Environment -- The OSCE: A Large Securitization Process -- Securitization of Water, Securitizing Agents and the Dispositif -- the Platform for Co-operative Security and 2007 Strategy for a New Partnership with Central Asia, EUWI -- ENVSEC Initiative -- EU Strategy for a New Partnership with Central Asia -- Success or Failure of the OSCE's Water Securitization Process? -- NATO, Security, Environment and the Speak Act -- Securitization Process and Dispositif -- ENVSEC Projects Implemented by NATO in Central Asia -- Notes -- 4 Economic Security, Water Resources and International Security Organizations (NATO, OSCE, CSTO, SCO) -- Introduction -- Growth and Poverty -- Economic Relevance in the Amu Darya Basin -- Introduction -- Agriculture and Food Security -- Cotton Monoculture in Central Asia -- Uzbek Cotton -- Water and Energy -- Agriculture, Energy and Pollution -- The CIS and the EAEU -- The EAEU Background -- The Eurasian Union Community: Actors and Leadership in Central Asia -- EAEU and Water Resources -- The Russian Role, Energy and Water -- Why Russia Seems to Have Shifted Its Stance -- Notes -- 5 Political Security Water Resources and International Security Organizations (NATO, OSCE, CSTO, SCO) in the Amu Darya -- Introduction -- HRWS in Central Asia -- Water Resources and Ethnic Conflicts -- The International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea -- Political Systems -- HRWS and Water: Ethnic Conflicts in the Amu Darya with The Construction of the New Post-Soviet States -- The Punished Peoples -- The Construction of the New Post-Soviet States. Communities and Borders -- Legal Framework and Minorities -- The Karakalpaks in Uzbekistan -- Uzbek-Tajik Rivalry -- The Uzbeks in Tajikistan -- The Tajiks in Uzbekistan -- The Collective Security Treaty Organization and Human Rights -- Central Asian Countries and CSTO: Actors and Context.

The CSTO Speech Act -- The Tashkent Treaty (TT) and Russian Leadership -- The Tashkent Treaty -- What Are the Main Threats Perceived in the CSTO? -- CSTO and the Dispositif -- CSTO, Human Rights and Water Resources -- The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and Human Rights -- The Cooperation against the Three Evils and the Human Rights -- The OSCE and Human Rights -- NATO and Human Rights -- The Macrosecuritization of Security in Central Asia -- The Transnational Advocacy Networks (TANs) -- Where Is the Management of Water Resources Heading in Central Asia? Human Rights and Water -- The IWRM -- IWRM versus HRWS -- Notes -- 6 Conclusions -- Water, Energy and Wealth -- Risks and Threats -- Human Security, HRWS and Extraordinary Politics: Towards a Community of Security -- Toward a Security Community in the Amu Darya -- Notes -- References -- Index.

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Miguel Ángel Pérez Martín , PhD, is teacher and researcher at the Institute of Development and Cooperation, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain and coordinator of the Observatory of Human Right to Water. He is a specialist in water resources and Eurasian studies and has conducted research in Iran, the UK, Germany, and Kazakhstan.

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