Author Archives: Farhad

About Farhad

Assistant Professor at International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague, The Netherlands

Relationality as a lens for policy analysis?

Working with good MA and Ph.D. students is what I enjoy most in my work. Lecturing and discussions are also very nice, but nothing can beat coaching, mentoring and helping others achieve their professional/personal goals rooted in curiosity. Of course, … Continue reading

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Panel teaser “Water Governance and the Rise of Global Hydro-hubs as Developmental Actors” on 5 July 2021 at 15.30 CET time

SP001 – Water Governance and the Rise of Global Hydro-hubs as Developmental Actors Convened by Farhad Mukhtarov (Institute of Social Studies (ISS) The Hague), Corinne Ong Pei Pei (National University of Singapore), Des Gasper (Institute of Social Studies (ISS) The … Continue reading

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From ‘Ministers and Merchants’ to Neutral Brokers: Aspirations of Water Diplomacy of the Netherlands

This post presents findings from our latest article published in International Journal of Water Resources Development. Introducing Water Diplomacy “An old cliché about who the Dutch really are – a mix of merchants and [religious] ministers — applies to foreign … Continue reading

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Call for Project Proposals: Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Fellowship at ISS, The Hague

Call for Project Proposals Merchandising Water Expertise in the Times of Climate Crisis: “Disaster Capitalism” or Markets for Resilience? This is a call for project proposals to jointly apply for a Marie Curie Fellowship with Erasmus University Rotterdam as a … Continue reading

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