"As populations grow, finite water resources are being stretched to their limit... these population growth levels are fundamentally uneven: little of the projected population growth will take place in the North. The ramification of this is the possibility of conflict over scarce water resources in the developing world."
Editorial - by Hussein Solomon and Anthony Turton
Ethiopia & Eritrea: A step in the right direction
Interview Vasu Gounden on ACCORD's role in the Burundi peace process
A united states of Africa?
Water: A threat of war or an opportunity for peace?
The case of the Orange river
Conflict at Lake Chad
The wet summer of 2000
Conflict on the Nile
Interview: Conversations with Kasrils
Book Review: Pillar of Sand: Can the Irrigation Miracle Survive?