Naho Mirumachi
Naho Mirumachi
Reader in Environmental Politics, King's College London
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Transboundary water interaction I: Reconsidering conflict and cooperation
M Zeitoun, N Mirumachi
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 8 (4 …, 2008
Transboundary water politics in the developing world
N Mirumachi
Routledge, 2015
Reductionist and integrative research approaches to complex water security policy challenges
M Zeitoun, B Lankford, T Krueger, T Forsyth, R Carter, AY Hoekstra, ...
Global Environmental Change 39, 143-154, 2016
Transboundary water interaction II: The influence of ‘soft’power
M Zeitoun, N Mirumachi, J Warner
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 11 (2 …, 2011
Water stress in global transboundary river basins: significance of upstream water use on downstream stress
H Munia, JHA Guillaume, N Mirumachi, M Porkka, Y Wada, M Kummu
Environmental Research Letters 11 (1), 014002, 2016
Revisiting transboundary water governance: Power, conflict cooperation and the political economy
N Mirumachi, JA Allan
Proceedings from CAIWA international conference on adaptive and integrated …, 2007
Science–policy processes for transboundary water governance
D Armitage, RC De Loë, M Morris, TWD Edwards, AK Gerlak, RI Hall, ...
Ambio 44 (5), 353-366, 2015
Transboundary water interaction III: contest and compliance
M Zeitoun, AE Cascão, J Warner, N Mirumachi, N Matthews, F Menga, ...
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17 (2 …, 2017
Why negotiate? Asymmetric endowments, asymmetric power and the invisible nexus of water, trade and power that brings apparent water security
JAT Allan, N Mirumachi
Transboundary water management, 26-39, 2013
Cooperation at different scales: challenges for local and international water resource governance in South Africa
N Mirumachi, E Van Wyk
Geographical Journal 176 (1), 25-38, 2010
Securitising shared waters: an analysis of the hydropolitical context of the Tanakpur Barrage project between Nepal and India
N Mirumachi
The Geographical Journal 179 (4), 309-319, 2013
The use of public participation and economic appraisal for public involvement in large-scale hydropower projects: Case study of the Nam Theun 2 Hydropower Project
N Mirumachi, J Torriti
Energy Policy 47, 125-132, 2012
Transboundary water justice: a combined reading of literature on critical transboundary water interaction and ‘justice’, for analysis and diplomacy
M Zeitoun, J Warner, N Mirumachi, N Matthews, K McLaughlin, ...
Water Policy 16 (S2), 174-193, 2014
Transboundary ‘hydro‐hegemony’: 10 years later
J Warner, N Mirumachi, RL Farnum, M Grandi, F Menga, M Zeitoun
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (6), e1242, 2017
Transboundary water interaction II: Soft power underlying conflict and cooperation
M Zeitoun, N Mirumachi, J Warner
International Environmental Agreements 11 (2), 159-178, 2011
Fostering Tajik hydraulic development: Examining the role of soft power in the case of the Rogun Dam
F Menga, N Mirumachi
Water Alternatives 9 (2), 373-388, 2016
Analysis for water conflict transformation
M Zeitoun, N Mirumachi, J Warner, M Kirkegaard, A Cascão
Water International 45 (4), 365-384, 2020
Whose risky business? Public–private partnerships, build-operate-transfer and large hydropower dams in the Mekong Region
C Middleton, N Matthews
Hydropower Development in the Mekong Region, 143-168, 2014
How downstream sub-basins depend on upstream inflows to avoid scarcity: typology and global analysis of transboundary rivers
HA Munia, JHA Guillaume, N Mirumachi, Y Wada, M Kummu
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (5), 2795-2809, 2018
Study of conflict and cooperation in international transboundary river basins: The TWINS framework
N Mirumachi
King's College London (University of London), 2010
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