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Eurasian Integration: Effects on Central Asia IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2015
Global water crisis and role of Russia in its resolution. [Globalnyi vodnyi krizis i rol’ Rossii v ego razreshenii] IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2009
Integrated Water Resources Management: Putting Good Theory into Real Practice. IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2009
Integration in the management of international waters: economic perspectives on a global policy discourse. IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2008
"On the formation of a special commission to develop proposals on measures to optimize the size of land owned by farms", IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2008
"THE MOVING TOGETHER OVERCOME THE PATH": UNIFICATION OF THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES FORCES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE Transboundary Water Management, IWRM Central Asia January 2018
: International Law of Water Resources. Contribution of the International Law Association (1954-2000) IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2001
A Comparative study on cotton production in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2014
Action Plan #6: Coordination of the possible options for the most rational and effective forms of using of the Naryn-Syr-Darya cascade potential taking into account the recommendations of the WB mission (July 22 – August 6, 2002). Central Asia January 2003
Actual questions of application of stock market trade mechanisms for solution of water-energy problems in Central Asia IWRM, Transboundary Water Management Central Asia January 2009
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