The Red Sea – Dead Sea Water Conveyance project and human security in Jordan and Israel

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title The Red Sea – Dead Sea Water Conveyance project and human security in Jordan and Israel
Author Österman, Lilja Emilia
Date 2019
English abstract
The main purpose of this research is to investigate Jordan and Israel's participation in the Red Sea – Dead Sea Water Convenience project from human security point of view. The Red Sea – Dead Sea Water Conveyance project is planned to desalinate water from Red Sea to the Dead Sea and provide fresh water to Jordan, Israel and possibly Palestine. I use a human security approach in this investigation because it has a broader people-centered security perspective. This approach guides the research to consider water related issues and challenges in Jordan and Israel to which the project can be a possible solution. I use qualitative content analysis to investigate the issues identified by Jordan and Israel, and how the project is estimated to address these challenges. I argue that the estimated benefits that the implementation of the project provides for human well-being in Jordan and Israel makes them to participate in this project.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject he Red Sea – Dead Sea Water Conveyance project, human security, Jordan, Israel, water scarcity
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/28979 Permalink to this page
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