International water relations do effect the United State’s decisions about what to do nationally around water, but the boundaries over what each nation is required to do around bodies of water they share with other nations are somewhat fuzzy and water is frequently a source of dispute. There are treaties and agreements between nations over water, but there is no official international body that regulates laws or enforces requirements, thus each nation, including the US, pretty much determines their own internal laws.
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