WATER CRISIS BETWEEN TURKEY, SYRIA AND IRAQ AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
The goal of this study is to look into the hidden dangers of water disputes among Turkey, Syria, and Egypt. Everyone is aware of the fact that natural resources like water is the building block of development of any country. Water is a valuable resource that is becoming increasingly scarce. With the passage of time, a sharp increase in population rise and, rise in food demand will be observed. The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, together, are vital to Syria's and Iraq's economy and domestic requirements. According to some estimates, the River Euphrates provides around 85% of Syria's total renewable water supply, while River Tigris and River Euphrates together provide about 100% of Iraq's supply. Turkey accounts for 88.7% of the Euphrates basin's total water potential. The researchers have employed qualitative methodology for the research underhand and adopted thematic analysis as research method for this study. Researchers analyzed different research studies related to the issue and considered cases to the research-based statements of the individuals in power on the issue of water. Researchers looked at a variety of research studies on the topic and compared them to research-based claims made by individuals in positions of power on the topic of water.