March 30, 2017
The Drop Staff
Read the guest blog post on The Woodrow Wilson Center's New Security Beat where Alexandra and Luke discuss the Water Security Challenge and tee up the issues in the first paper!
The blog and the paper both discuss the central relationship that humanity has to water and the various form that that relationship takes. But more than that, the paper illustrates how the different uses of water actually affect each other. Exploring these nexuses, and the law that operates on those areas, is the key focus of the Water Security Challenge.
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