Posts Tagged ‘Cesar Harada’

Hydrological Engineering,Coastal Land Reclamation and the Multifunctional Paradigm in the DPRK

By | May 06, 2012

As any student of ancient Chinese history can tell you, historically speaking, there is nothing more fundamental to political legitimacy in East Asia than the ability of a regime to harness, control, and regulate water both as agricultural resource and danger. In both guises — sustainer and potential destroyer — water politics appear repeatedly in […]