By Christine Bichsel
Deals an research of peace-building in imperative Asia for inter-ethnic conflicts over water and land within the Ferghana Valley. This publication sheds gentle on Western makes an attempt to remodel the post-socialist societies of principal Asia and gives empirical facts on and insights into irrigation practices, and social associations within the Ferghana Valley.
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I will both make continuous reference to them as well as explore them further in order to develop my argument. But before continuing my inquiry into the cases, I first turn to examine the concepts and ideas which guide the aid agencies’ approach. 3 Sources of thought The ideational background This chapter looks into the concepts and ideas which shape the approach for peace-building. I suggest that the aid agencies’ approach is based on a set of assumptions which are constitutive of the way it is framed.
5 What is then wrong with it? g. the possibility of trade or labour migration) (Gleditsch 1998). Furthermore, some authors argue that scarcity is not a natural condition as the neo-Malthusian scenario implicitly suggests, but is rather a social product. It therefore should not be disembedded from specific cultural, political and historical contexts (Barnett 2000, Hartmann 2001, Timura 2001). Moreover, the notion of scarcity has been critiqued for its usefulness as an explanatory factor since virtually all resources are scarce by definition.
In 2003, SDC began to tackle the disputes over water between Aksai and Tojikon. The aid agency founded Initiative Groups (IGs), initiated a negotiation process between the two communities to resolve conflicting claims to water of the Mekhnatobod–Aksai canal and financed the rehabilitation of its intake facility and upper part. 46 By February 2004, residents of Tojikon no longer acknowledged the validity of this agreement. The rehabilitation of the Mekhnatobod–Aksai canal was, however, completed by 2005.
Conflict Transformation in Central Asia: Irrigation disputes in the Ferghana Valley by Christine Bichsel