Publications

Conflict drives farmers from their land, disrupts economic activities, and prevents people from access to markets. It threatens food security by harming domestic agricultural production, damaging...
On April 27, 2017, IRIS hosted a roundtable entitled “War, Health, and Refugees in Iraq,” in partnership with the SEED Foundation and Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Anthropology. IRIS...
While water crises are commonly framed as natural hazards or the result of suboptimal economic outcomes, they are quite often the consequence of short-sighted political decisions. From this...
Iraq's potential as a post-conflict investment opportunity has slowly improved since the fall of Mosul in 2014, but political and legal obstacles must be overcome before the country can attract...
In the context of the AUIS Entrepreneurship Initiative (AEI), this report, written by IRIS fellow Aaron Bartnick, points to the main obstacles and opportunities for entrepreneurs in Iraq and the...
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