After ISIS, how do we build a peaceful future for Iraq and Syria?

An Iraqi woman celebrates victory over Islamic State in Tahrir Square, Baghdad, Iraq, in December.

Conflicts have a 44% of recurring within five years, says the World Bank Image: Reuters/Khalid al-Mousily

Mirek Dušek
Managing Director, World Economic Forum
Maroun Kairouz
Head of the Middle East and North Africa, World Economic Forum
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An SDF fighter in a field hospital in Raqqa in June 2017
An SDF fighter in a field hospital in Raqqa in June 2017 Image: Reuters/Goran Tomasevic
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An anti-ISIS march in London in October Image: Reuters/Tom Jacobs
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