November 26, 2018
| Earl Anthony Wayne, Daniel F. Runde, Jena SantoroIn Geneva, donors should praise the reforms made while making clear that Afghanistan must continue and deepen reforms if donors are to continue to provide support over the next two years, as CSIS experts from the Project on Prosperity and Development write in their commentary.
How Pakistan decides to handle its debt crisis could provide insight into how the U.S., IMF, and China will resolve development issues in the future, as Ambassador Richard Olson and Project on Prosperity and Development director Daniel Runde write in their commentary.
This report examines channeling technology for good in relation to global labor. Tech presents threats and opportunities for leapfrogging development challenges, especially for employment. The world must act now for sustainable work in the industries of the future.
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.
Enterprise funds are an innovative U.S. foreign policy tool created in the early 1990s that use U.S. government funding to stimulate economic development by investing in the private sectors of developing countries.
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.