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Future Wars Resulting to Water Shortage in the Middle East

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Governments around the world have a primary concern over water and the Middle East and North Africa are no exception. In this part of the world, future water shortages can be catastrophic and the catalyst for future wars. Current conflicts, peace initiatives, and international relationships between nations in the region have water or the lack of wateras a common element. In the future, water could be the primary reason for nation states to go to war.

A few considerations of many possiblities in no specific order:

a. Increase demand.
b. Decrease supply.
c. Population explosion
d. Region tension, disharmony, and centuries of conflict.
e. Significant border disputes.
f. Vague international and national laws.
g. Geography
h. Desert / drought
i. Economic growth
j. Pollution
k. New water exploitation methods

(a). Examine variables
(b). Predict possible future Middle East and North Africa hydro-based conflicts.

Establish findings and conclusions.

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