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Corrosive Capital in Central Asia: Perpetuating Poor Governance

11.15.2018
This blog was originally published on Power 3.0. Situated between Russia and China, the leaders of Central Asia have had to balance their young countries’ political interests with strong historic and economic ties to Russia and increasing commercial ties to a rapidly developing and internationally...

Skills That Pay The Bills: Matching Education With Opportunity In Macedonia

08.09.2018
Ahead of International Youth Day, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) is reflecting on the crucial role that today’s generation of young people can play in the development of their countries. When young adults are actively engaged in their economies as entrepreneurs, they creat...

CIPE and VOA Analyze Ukraine’s New Anti-Corruption Court Law

06.07.2018
Ukraine’s Parliament has just passed a groundbreaking anti-corruption law. The legislation calls for the creation of an anti-corruption court and is a necessary step to gaining much-needed aid from the International Monetary Fund. The IMF estimates that corruption reduces economic growth in Ukrain...
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