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Ambika Vishwanath

Ambika Vishwanath

Ambika Vishwanath is an independent consultant and political scientist specializing in Middle East politics and water and energy security. She has consulted with several governments and international organizations in the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe and helped shape their policies toward conflict resolution, water diplomacy and security. Previously she worked with the Mumbai-based Strategic Foresight Group.

Ms. Vishwanath has been interviewed and published in newspapers and blogs throughout India, Europe and the Middle East, including Al Jazeera, Europaische Sicherheit, Tages Anzeiger, Atlantic Community, Hurriyet, Turkish Weekly, Turkish Review, Today's Zaman, Daily News Egypt, Jordan Times, World Security Network, Stockholm International Affairs Quarterly, Green Prophet, The Leadership Review and Policy Net.

A picture taken on February 1, 2016, shows the Mosul Dam on the Tigris River, around 50 kilometres north of the Iraqi city of Mosul. The United States is monitoring Iraq's largest dam for signs of further deterioration that could point to an impending catastrophic collapse, US army officers said on January 28, 2016. The Islamic State (IS) jihadist group seized the Mosul Dam briefly in 2014, leading to a lapse in maintenance that weakened an already flawed structure, and Baghdad is seeking a company to make
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