Behind the scenes struggles for control of the waters of the Nile are a long way from resolution ...

Ethiopia's extensive irrigation and hydro power plans are moving ahead, sometimes with Chinese aid. They are perceived in Cairo and Khartoum as a direct threat to their own schemes for easing population pressure and building an agricultural base. Years of talks have resulted in mountains of paper, but the underlying conflicts of interest remain. Now these may be moving to a head.

SouthMedia's latest strategic report presents a number of possible scenarios for the future of the Nile countries - in particular Ethiopia and Egypt. It is essential reading and reference for all those in the humanitarian, diplomatic and business worlds who need inside information on an issue that is adding to current tensions in the Horn.

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