Southeast Asian nations “are in a
position to cut their own throats,” with the proposed Mekong dam
projects, said Richard Cronin, director of the Southeast Asia program
at the Stimson Center, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit group that
studies security issues. “It’s not in anybody’s interests to see a
disaster in food security” caused by hydro dams, he said.
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