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The Fairness ‘Dilemma’ in Sharing the Nile Waters

What Lessons from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam for International Law?

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In <i>The Fairness ‘Dilemma’ in Sharing the Nile Waters</i>, Zeray Yihdego offers a comprehensive and critical account of the application of the fairness principle to sharing Nile water resources with particular emphasis on fairness regarding building, filling and benefits from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and offers critical insights and lessons available to public international law.



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