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[Interest groups are pervasive phenomena of modern society. Although this is so, water governance researchers generally do not include them in their research endeavours. This is especially the case regarding research on transboundary rivers. Interest groups have been an opposing force to large...
[Interest groups are not like units; they have different characteristics and do not only involve themselves in domestic politics, but also international politics. There are various definitions of interest groups. I argue that there is a difference between a non-governmental organisation and an...
[In this chapter, I outline the biophysical characteristics of the Orange-Senqu River. I also investigate the importance of the river to the Lesotho and South African economies. A large part of the chapter is devoted to an analysis of the historical development of water resources management in...
[In this chapter, I put the interest groups’ influence around the Lesotho Highlands Water Project into perspective. The chapter focuses on the period when interest groups started to become politically involved in the project in 1985. I furthermore discuss interest groups as agents of change. For...
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