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J o u r n a l o f E n v i r o n m e n t a l a n d P u b l i c H e a l t h L a w P a g e | 197 ISSN 2164-7976 (online) ● DOI 10.5195/pjephl.2013.49 http://pjephl.law.pitt.edu Volume 7 Issue 2 Spring 2013 ARTICLES PRIVATIZING PEACE: How Private Sector Investment Can Address the West Bank Water Crisis and Wash Away Oslo II Benjamin Zweifach* TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction .................................................................................................... 199 I. Leaks and Loopholes: The Limitations of International Water Law ...... 204 A. International Water Law Pre-Oslo ................................................. 205 B. Oslo II ............................................................................................ 212 II. Privatization and the New 'Staff of Moses' ............................................. 221 A. The Challenge ................................................................................ 224 B. The Moment .................................................................................. 227 * J.D. Candidate May 2014, Yale Law School; Senior Editor, Yale Law Journal. The author thanks, first and above all, Alex Malatesta and the extraordinary staff at the Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law for their dedication and hard work on the article. Gratitude is also owed to the Israel Government Fellows Program for providing me with the invaluable opportunity to work for the Israeli Ministry of Justice and live in Jerusalem; Lieutenant General Sharon Davidovich at the JNF Parsons Water Fund for his willingness to speak candidly on the Israel-Palestine water crisis; and all of the other officials at the Israeli Government and Palestinian Authority who assisted with research. Finally, thank you to Professors Amy Chua and Oona Hathaway for their insights and suggestions, as well as Jack Nob

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