Lindsay Church, a Middle East Studies MA student, presented a paper titled “The Weaponization of Water in the Euphrates-Tigris Basin” at a February conference in Washington, D.C. sponsored by the PILPG Law Firm on Weaponizing Water: The Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. Assisting with the research for the paper were: Jesse Lamp. Middle East Studies MA program, and Josee Goldin, School of Engineering. Nadim Damluji, a Law School student also presented a paper at the same conference titled: “Islamic State Control of Watercourses in Syria and Iraq.” Both are the students of Professor Frederick (Rick) Lorenz, Jackson School and their research is a culmination of work they began while taking his “Water and Security in the Middle East” course at the Jackson School.
M.A. Student Lindsay Church presents on “The Weaponization of Water…”
January 29, 2016