1 The Zambezi River is one of the world’s great international watercourses, the largest river in southern Africa and ‘the most shared resource’ in the region (Mafuta). Thus far, the sharing has been done without a comprehensive treaty governing international regulation of the use of water (Water, International Regulation of the Use of). Water development in the basin has chiefly involved ‘national single-purpose projects [which] have rarely taken into consideration the interests of other users or countries or the consequential environmental impacts’ (Hoekstra...
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