In modern times, when the world is hit with human-originated catastrophes, natural calamities and political cataclysms, the international community heeds the issue of water shortage more often. Over the last years, it is becoming especially exacerbating in Central Asia where water, with every year, is becoming a bigger deficit in the region, and the issue that one stumbles upon in the relations of the region’s republics. Though the countries share common ethno-cultural and historical roots, the issue of water shortage may spark a new fire, leading to instability in the region....
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