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Brill Research Perspectives, International Water Law

A number of researchers and authors face the dilemma of publishing a research outcome that is deemed too long for journal articles and too short for a book. Indeed, most journals impose a limit on the number of words for an article. This limit has been consistently low, ranging from 6,000 to 8,000 words. On the other hand, most reputable book publishers would not consider for publication any manuscript that is less than 100,00...

United Nations Watercourses Convention Enters Into Force

August 17, 2014—Today the United Nations Watercourses Convention, the first global framework on fresh water and the world’s only global framework for transboundary cooperation endorsed by the General Assembly of the United Nations, officially enters into force. “Our Board has been promoting the Convention because effective transboundary water management furthers peace and promotes cooperation, and is a fundam...