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Shifting Waters: International Conflict & Cooperation

Date and Time: May 20, 2021, 7:00 PM CT

Location: Eudora Area Historical Society, 720 Main St, Eudora
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Presented by Aaron Margolis

The Rio Grande, like many waterways that serve as international borders, has been endowed with both symbolic and practical importance. Around the globe these living, shifting boundaries have sparked both conflict and cooperation among rivals. From the Jordan, Indus, and Mekong river basins, to the San Juan River in Central America, water is a key area of diplomacy. The presentation explores the role of water in the modern history of international relations and how they hold the key toward future conflict or cooperation.

Sponsored by: Eudora Area Historical Society

For more information about this event, please contact:
Ben Terwilliger
(785) 690-7900


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