Finding better ways for the United States and its local and international partners to build peaceful and functioning societies in weak and war-torn states.
Developing solutions to the global food and water challenges that affect economic growth, human development, health, and stability.
Developing an agenda that promotes good governance at the intersection of the private and public sectors, confronts corruption, and encourages accountability.
Leveraging the private sector to spread economic development and prosperity around the globe.
Generating innovative approaches to development through a bipartisan policy agenda.
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