The Impact of ISIS Leadership and Organization Funding on Sustainable Development in Iraq and Syria Student’s Name Course Title Instructor’s Name The economy of Syria and Iraq is heavily dependent on oil agriculture and tourism industries and services. These core sectors rely on the security and political atmosphere in the region. Factors that affect these core industries have far-reaching consequences on the economy. The overall economic health growth and development in Syria and Iraq has been curtailed to almost a point of stagnation due to the insurgency of the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The unwarranted presence of the jihadist organization in Syria and Iraq gravely damaged the economy causing direct and indirect economic cost. The direct economic cost incurred include. Destruction of productive physical resources loss of human lives infrastructure transport systems and machinery as well as intensified military sending (Solomon Chazan & Jones 2015). A GIS and remote sensing analysis. Food Policy 64 14-25. Solomon E. Chazan G. & Jones S. (2015). Isis Inc: how oil fuels the jihadi terrorists. Financial Times 14. Hawramy F. Shalaw M. & Harding L. (2014). Inside Islamic State’s oil empire: how captured oilfields fuel Isis insurgency’. The Guardian 19. Bronstein S. Griffin D. Besaslan T. C. & As I. S. I. S. (2014). How ISIS Makes Its Millions. CNN. October 7. Ianchovichina E. & Ivanic M. (2016). Economic Effects of the Syrian War and the Spread of the Islamic State on the Levant. The World Economy 39(10) 1584-1627. Khan A. & Estrada M. A. R. (2016). The effects of terrorism on economic performance: the case of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Quality & Quantity 50(4) 1645-1661. Lister C. R. (2016). The Syrian Jihad: Al-Qaeda the Islamic state and the evolution of an insurgency. Oxford University Press. [...]
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