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The presentation of the historical development and the scientific elaboration of the international law regulating non-navigational uses of international watercourses exemplifies the richness of this branch of international law. The role of general international law in this field of international relations, the acceptance thereof by the international community, its legal nature, functions, contents, and codification, are all examined. Finally, an outline of the institutions of international cooperation is given.