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Where water was considered abundant in Israel between the\u00a01930s and 1950s, it\u00a0came to be considered as scarce by 1959. \u00a0Describing\u00a0the technologies and politics that produced this transition, Alatout argues that “water scarcity and the strong centralized state were produced in the same technopolitical process” – States of Scarcity, Samer Alatout, 2008.<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n