Now that the BUILD Act is law, it is time to revisit why the legislation matters and what it implies for agencies such as OPIC and USAID as Daniel Runde and Romina Bandura from CSIS Project on Prosperity and Development writes in a new commentary.
July 12, 2018
| Daniel F. RundeThe peace and normalization of relations between Ethiopia and Eritrea will require countries like the United States to arbiter the implementation of the peace agreement and to support Eritrea as it emerges from economic isolation.
April 12, 2018
| Jamal Saghir, Jena SantoroUrbanization is one of the most important transformations that African countries will undergo in this century. Adequate solutions to this issue go beyond installing sufficient pipes and drainage systems in densely populated areas.
March 27, 2018
| Conor M. Savoy, Aaron MilnerThis report aims to survey the modern landscape of global development finance, finding points of utilization for blended finance, and posing questions for its future.
As of late February 2018, the World Bank Group is seeking a capital increase from its shareholders for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The U.S. role must remain undiminished as it is key to keeping the institution accountable and effective.