Syria Notes, Summer 2018

After the fall: Debating reconstruction in a broken Syria

After seven years of protest, revolution, and war, Syria looks next to be taking the form of a frozen conflict, with war aims pursued as much through economic means as through violence and repression. This issue of Syria Notes looks at the looming battle over reconstruction, and how the same issues of accountability and civilian protection remain key.

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Front cover photograph by Deana Lynn, ‘My last day in Douma,’ 13 April 2018.

Printing of this issue has been funded by Lush Charity Pot.

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