Getting reconstruction right and wrong: Lessons from Iraq

Bitter experiences of reconstruction in the last two decades have made the international community hesitant to engage in robust reconstruction activities. Iraq’s reconstruction after the United States-led invasion in 2003 contributed significantly to this reluctance. Between 2003 and 2014, more than $220 billion were spent on rebuilding the country. Despite the huge amount of money … Continue reading Getting reconstruction right and wrong: Lessons from Iraq