Book — xx, 325 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 25 cm.
The watercourses shared by the two Koreas
International water law and cases
Water dispute on the Korean Peninsula
Proposal for the improved cooperative management of Korea's international watercourses
Specific cooperation project
Way to improve operational efficiency
Role of the national assembly
"The history of rivers crossing the borders of rival countries, such as East and West Germany, China and Russia, the United States and its neighbors, has much to teach about international watercourse management. In the first book written in English about international watercourses on the Korean Peninsula, Yeonghwan Chang uses a study of foreign cases to propose a wide range of specific strategies and projects for efficient use of shared rivers on the Korean Peninsula. These strategies may also provide useful guidance for future cooperative projects between South Korea and North Korea"-- Provided by publisher.