Risks of Peace in Post-War Yemen Series: How Yemen Rises

Abdullah Hamidaddin

Previous experiences of post-war reconstruction (PWR) inform us that it will always fall short of the expectations of donors and recipients alike. There is not one experience of such reconstruction where things went according to plan. Experts and writers have to go all the way back to post-WWII reconstruction in Europe and Japan to find successful examples, only to discover that their contexts were fundamentally different from any subsequent post-war scenarios.

This report is available in Arabic only. Its English version has been published in “The Cairo Review of Global Affairs.”