please watch the following video: https://uis.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Water+Diplomacy+in+the+Middle+East+-+Rachel+Havrelock/1_cub004cx/22578711 Once you watched Your response to each discussion question must be at least 150 words Make sure you also respond to each sub-question. Please respond to two of the following discussion questions. The first question in red is a mandatory question. You may choose Question 2, 3, or 4 for your second question. Havrelock stated that conflicts between states and groups have hindered plans for water security. What did she mean by this? What are the indirect linkages between climate change and social issues, keeping in mind water insecurity? How do climate change and water insecurity relate to the central theme of engaged citizenship of identifying how economic, political, and social systems operate now and have operated in the past. Think about the history of the MENA region as discussed by Havrelock and how this affected water insecurity now. Please quote and cite your sources. Havrelock started the lecture with the idea that most people think water is a ‘geographic given,’ but tend to forget how different infrastructures determine how and where water flows. Give examples of infrastructures that change the flow of water both in the MENA region and in the United States. Did you agree or disagree that water flow (as changed by man) follows lines of racial, economic, and social discrimination? Explain your answer. Please quote and cite your sources. Water insecurity is not just a major crisis in the MENA, but in areas around the world (remember the map showing the driest countries/states). There were two ways in which water is ‘produced’ per the lecture. What are they? Describe how each are especially difficult to manage in the MENA region. Your answer should include reference to political, economic, and social issues in the countries of Jordan, Israel, and Palestine. Please quote and cite your sources. EcoPeace Middle East has a new idea based on a post WWII resource agreement that they hope would alleviate some water insecurity for the MENA region. What are the three components of this new idea and describe the positive impact of this new idea for Israel, Gaza, and Jordan. One of the central themes of engaged citizenship is distinguishing the limitations and possibilities of social change. Keeping in mind this central theme, do you think this new water security plan would be feasible based on what we know socially and politically about the MENA region? Explain your reasoning. Please quote and cite your sources.
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