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AbstractThe postwar environment is different from those of active war and established peace, with risks of violence and political volatility existing alongside renewed commitments to stability and development. International aid organizations join governing institutions in guiding policies for postwar growth. Though investments here are risky, I argue that governments can clarify key uncertainties and accelerate the process of recovering FDI by strengthening policy in areas of informationdoi:10.1057/s42214-020-00084-4 fatcat:txk6pd6jsreghfezljnnnhcdhu