Evolving Ownership Structures in Syrian Ongoing Conflict and Future Policies for a Sustainable Reconstruction

6 Pages Posted: 6 Jan 2020

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Jacopo Galli

Università IUAV di Venezia

Stefano Pareglio

Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan

Date Written: November 14, 2019

Abstract

Current conditions of cities and territories in the MENA region pose serious design questions in terms of possible future reconstruction strategies. The tabula rasa conditions offer many chances but the ownership structure represents a major obstacle towards a sustainable reconstruction. Urban borders in Syrian cities before, during and after the civil war are undergoing processes of urban metamorphosis dictated by economic, social and historical causes. The comprehension of the complex concurrent factors that shaped current conditions is a starting point for the development of future strategies capable of acting as an alternative to current reconstruction laws that tend to intensify rather than diminish conflict.

Keywords: Reconstruction Strategies, Syrian Conflict

Suggested Citation

Galli, Jacopo and Pareglio, Stefano, Evolving Ownership Structures in Syrian Ongoing Conflict and Future Policies for a Sustainable Reconstruction (November 14, 2019). FEEM Policy Brief No. 08.2019. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3506642

Jacopo Galli (Contact Author)

Università IUAV di Venezia ( email )

S. Polo 2554
Venezia, Venice 30125
Italy

Stefano Pareglio

Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan ( email )

Milan, Milan
Italy

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