|LC Classifications||KF27 .O94 2007i|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2008377174|
Stuart Bowen talked about that book "Hard Lessons: The Iraq Reconstruction Experience" at an event hosted by the Heritage Foundation yesterday (May 5, ) About the Author The Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) was created in October by a congressional amendment to Public Law /5(4). The Reconstruction of Iraq after 97 0 SKU ISBN B eginning in , diverse and significant actors, both domestic and international, engaged in reconstruction activities in Iraq. The total budget committed to . Report on Iraq Reconstruction. A report by Stuart W. Bowen Jr., the special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction, covers the more than $60 billion in American aid that was used to carry out. This book assesses several dimensions of Iraq’s reconstruction. First, it considers the response of key international actors, such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the United States, and other bilateral donors—specifically, the European Union, Japan, and the United Kingdom—as well as nongovernmental by: 1.
Answers important questions concerning Iraq Reconstruction by presenting a comprehensive history of the U.S. program, chiefly derived from: the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction's (SIGIR's) body of extensive oversight work in Iraq, hundreds of interviews with key figures involved with the reconstruction program, and thousands of documents/5. In the Government of Iraq and the United Nations created the International Compact with Iraq a visioning and planning entity which identified reconstruction as an essential element for meeting human needs and economic development.. Administration of Iraq reconstruction. Funds for Iraq reconstruction are disbursed to Iraqi ministries, non-Iraqi government agencies and . "March " Also available online. "The third and final report of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction's (SIGIR) Lessons Learned Initiative (LLI)"--p. 7. Includes bibliographical references (p. ). The Defense Department "held decisive sway over $45 billion (87 percent) of the roughly $52 billion allocated to the major rebuilding funds that supported Iraq's reconstruction.".
Iraqi Reconstruction Efforts President Bush and Ambassador Bremer spoke to reporters in the Oval Office following a meeting on operations in Iraq. June 1, Colonel Olson talked about her book, [Iraq and Back: Inside the War to Win the Peace], published by Naval Institute Press. She described her experiences while serving in . The reconstruction of Iraq was never going to be quick or easy, but it was not doomed to failure. Its disastrous course to date has been . “Vogler’s book is more than a re-examination of the reasons for the invasion for watchers of Iraq’s energy sector, it’s a goldmine.” —Petroleum Economist “This is the most thorough study of the challenges, successes, and failures of the oil industry in Iraq after the invasion. A highly thought-provoking book. Highly.