Publications:

Peer Reviewed

Neda A. Zawahri, Forthcoming, "Managing Transboundary Rivers," In Ken Conca and Erika Weinthal's The Oxford Handbook of Water Politics and Policy, Oxford University Press.


Neda A. Zawahri, Forthcoming. "Adapting to Climatic Variability along International Rivers in the Middle East," In Jean Cahan's Water Security in the Middle East Anthem Press, London.


Neda A. Zawahri, Ariel Dinar, and Getachew Nigatu. 2016. "Governing International Rivers: An Analysis of Treaty Design," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16(2): 307-331.


Sara Mitchell and Neda A. Zawahri. 2015. "The Effectiveness of Treaty Design in Addressing Water Disputes," Journal of Peace Research 52(2): 187-200.


Neda A. Zawahri and Erika Weinthal. Forthcoming. "The World Bank and Negotiating the Red Sea and Dead Sea Water Conveyance Project." Global Environmental Politics


Erika Weinthal, Neda A. Zawahri, and Jeannie Sowers. Forthcoming. "Securitization of Water, Climate Change, and Migration Linkages in Israel, Jordan, and Syria." International Environmental Agreements


Neda A. Zawahri. Forthcoming. "Popular Protests and the Governance of Scarce Freshwater in Jordan," Arab World Geographer


Neda A. Zawahri. Forthcoming. "Refugee Rehabilitation and Transboundary Cooperation: India, Pakistan, and the Indus River System." In Erika Weinthal, Jessica Troell, and Mikiyasu Nakayama (Eds.) Water and Post-conflict Peacebuilding, Earthscan Publishers.


Kristina Donnell, Neda A. Zawahri, and, Clive Lipchin. Forthcoming. "Water Conservation from Israeli and Palestinian Perspectives." In Sharon Megdal and Robert Varady Eds) Aridity, scarcity and shared water resources: Arizona, Israeli and Palestinian perspectives on solving water management challenges. UNESCO.


Neda A. Zawahri and Oliver Hensengerth. 2012. "The Role of Domestic Environmental Activists in the Governance of the Ganges and Mekong Rivers in India and China," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 12: 269-298.


Jeroen Warner and Neda Zawahri. 2012. "Hegemony and Asymmetry: Multiple chessboard games on transboundary rivers," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 12: 215-229.


Neda A. Zawahri, Jeannie Sowers, and Erika Weinthal, 2011. "Assessing States' Progress towards Meeting the Millennium Development Goals for Water and Sanitation in the Middle East and North Africa."  Development and Change 42(5): 1153-1177.


Neda A. Zawahri and Sara Mitchell, 2011. "Fragmented Governance of International Rivers: Negotiating Bilateral versus Multilateral Treaties," International Studies Quarterly 55 (3): 835-858.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2011. "Using Freshwater Resources to Rehabilitate Refugees and Build Transboundary Cooperation," Water International 36: 167-177.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2010. "Governing the Jordan River System: History, Challenges, and Outlook," Journal of Transboundary Water Resources, 127-147.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2009. "Mediating International River Disputes: Lessons from the Indus River," International Negotiation, 14: 281-310.


Neda A. Zawahri and Andrea Gerlak, 2009. "Navigating International River Disputes to Avert Conflict," International Negotiation, 14: 211-227.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2009. "India, Pakistan and Cooperation along the Indus River," Water Policy, 11: 1-20.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2008. "International Rivers and National Security: The Euphrates, Ganges-Brahmaputra, Indus, Tigris, and Yarmouk Rivers," Natural Resources Forum, 32: 280-289.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2008. "Designing River Commissions to Implement Treaties and Manage International Rivers: The Story of the Joint Water Committee and Permanent Indus Commission," Water International, 33(4): 464-474.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2008. "Capturing the Nature of Cooperation, Unstable Cooperation, and Conflict over International Rivers: the story of the Indus, Yarmouk, Euphrates, and Tigris Rivers," International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, 8(3): 286-310.


Neda A. Zawahri, 2006. "Stabilising Iraq's Water Supply: what the Euphrates and Tigris can learn from the Indus," Third World Quarterly, 27(6): 1041-1058.


Special Issues:

Jeroen Warner and Neda A. Zawahri. 2012. Co-Editors of a Special Issue, "Hegemony and Asymmetry," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 12(3).


Neda A. Zawahri, Shlomi Dinar, and Sara Mitchell, 2011. Co-Editors of Symposium on International Rivers Governance, "Facilitating Treaty Formation to govern International Rivers" International Studies Quarterly 55(3): 803-807.


Neda Zawahri and Andrea Gerlak, 2009. Co-editors of Special Issue, "Negotiating International River Disputes to Avert Conflict and Facilitate Cooperation," International Negotiation, 14(2): 210-440


Book Reviews:

Book Review of Jeffrey K. Sosland's Cooperating Rivals The Riparian Politics of the Jordan River Basin, Perspectives on Politics, September 2010.  

Book Review of Sheila Jassanoff and Marybeth Long Martello, eds. Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Politics, Journal of Politics, 67(3) August 2005.