U.S. policies on the range of pressing international water-related issues - humanitarian relief, human health, economic development, environmental stewardship, and stability and security - are fragmented, underresources, and insufficiently coordinated. In particular, both the U.S. government's current organizaitonal structure and the resources it now commits to water-related policies are inadequate for meeting the global water challenge in its current form.
Global water futures
A roadmap for future U.S. Policy
Peterson, ER., & Posner, R. (2008). Global water futures: A roadmap for future U.S. Policy. Washington, DC: CSIS Press - Center for Strategic & International Studies.