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[Interest groups’ pervasiveness in society stretches from the domestic arena into the transnational hydropolitical domain. These non-state entities are one of the channels or mechanisms with which citizens can get into contact with government. It was through the establishment and operation of...
[The hydropolitical history of the Kunene River is usually recounted from a state-centric perspective. I start the Kunene River’s hydropolitical history in the days when colonists colonised South West Africa. It is therefore a very Eurocentric rendition of the river basin’s hydropolitical...
[When a loose coalition of transnational interest groups started a campaign against the proposed Epupa Dam, the stage was set for a confrontation of another sort in the Kunene River basin than what researchers investigated before Namibian independence. This time various interest groups from...
[Through their approaches, interest groups have the ability to influence scalar politics and temporality at the transboundary river basin level. Researchers usually conceive of scale and time in a particular manner. Scale is usually represented as a hierarchical level or size of a geographic...
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