|Basin name||Countries involved||Primary issue||Date of event||Event summary||BAR scale‡||Source|
|Salween||Thailand, Myanmar||Infrastructure and development||March 6, 2007||Ethnic groups (Thai and Mynamar) protest the Thai government to stop building hydroelectric dams on the Salween River, which would displace people in both countries||−1||Thai press reports|
|Salween||Thailand, Myanmar||Hydropower and hydroelectricity||August 4, 2004||Thailand and Myanmar agree to set up a joint venture for the construction of five hydropower dams in the Salween River basin, beginning with Tasang dam||4||Wolf and Newton (2008)|
†Source: Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database (2012): International Water Event Database (http://www.transboundarywaters.orst.edu/database).|
‡The OSU Basins at Risk (BAR) scale measures the intensity of political interactions, both cooperative and conflictive, between nations. Events are ranked from -7 for international warfare, through 0 for neutral events, to +7 for two nations merging into one.