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Links between water and conflict have been oft noted in theoretical and historical senses. In this project, I seek to understand their connections statistically and geographically in Iraq.
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Baggerman, J. (2018). Water and Peace in Iraq: Resources, Access, and Conflict in Iraq’s Peacebuilding Process, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/57fc51b347b14dd79de90c348ec9e738
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