White Paper: Syrian Stabilization and Reconstruction
Amidst the long-running war in Syria, peace negotiations, counterterrorism and geopolitics continue to resolve in favor of peace and stability. Learning relevant lessons from past conflicts requires a stronger and more realistic integration of a wide range of “stabilization” capacities of the US Government and needs to include a wider field of actors. Stabilization as a high-level political strategy provides a stronger way of looking at generating peace and incorporating lessons from recent conflicts to assist efforts towards peace in Syria.
This report analyzes lessons from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Somalia in order to make recommendations for stabilizing and rebuilding Syria after the primary conflict is over.
Ref 0197 – Syrian Stabilization and Reconstruction
Syrian Stabilization and Reconstruction by The American Security Project