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Losing Iraq, Inside the Post War Reconstruction Fiasco by former State Department official David Phillips argues that the United States failed in Iraq. Phillips was involved with the Future of Iraq Project, which brought together Iraqi opposition figures to plan for a post-Saddam by: Get this from a library! Japan's postwar industrial policy: economic programs in the reconstruction and expansion periods.. [Nihon Bōeki Shinkōkai.;]. The case studies in this book examine significant parallels between the situation in Eastern Europe today and the issues facing Europe and Japan after World War II, offering insights on what kinds of policy actions will be most effective in this difficult period of reconstruction. And the monumental corrective classic came out in “Reconstruction: America’s Unfinished Revolution, ” (republished by Harper Perennial in .
post-war reconstruction processes influence the reconfiguration of gender roles and positions. in the wake of war, and how women's actions shape the construction of post-war social. * Post-war reconstruction will continue to create lucrative business opportunities for contractors for years to come, concludes a study by the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. The U.S.-led economic reconstruction projects in both Afghanistan and Haiti, as well as similar United Nations efforts in Africa, the Balkans and Timor Leste, highlight the dismal track record of. The post–World War II economic expansion, also known as the golden age of capitalism and the postwar economic boom or simply the long boom, was a broad period of worldwide economic expansion beginning after World War II and ending with the – recession. The United States, Soviet Union, Western European and East Asian countries in particular experienced unusually high and sustained.
Reconstruction and Post-Civil War Reconciliation By McDermott, John J Military Review, Vol. 89, No. 1, January-February Read preview Overview The Use of Military Force to Protect the Gains of Reconstruction By Blair, William Civil War History, Vol. 51, No. 4, December Post-War Reconstruction the Netherlands The Future of a Bright and Brutal Heritage The book gives an overview of the buildings in the re-emerging Netherlands and examines the significance of this heritage of the reconstruction for current tasks of transformation and rezoning. The reconstruction of Germany after World War II was a long process. Germany had suffered heavy losses during the war, both in lives and industrial power. to million Germans had been killed, roughly to % of the population (see also World War II casualties). The country's cities were severely damaged from heavy bombing in the closing chapters of the war and agricultural. Building the Post-war World examines the way in which World War II and the ten years of reconstruction that followed saw the establishment of modern architecture in Britain. It charts the opportunities created by post-war rebuilding showing how the spirit of innovation and experimentation necessary to winning the war found applications in s: 2.