The stability and strength of any democratic society depends on the health of its economy and the robustness of its civil society institutions. When economic underpinnings degrade, and citizens become apathetic, struggling democracies can quickly become failed states.

That’s why the United States has a real interest in preserving the economic viability of nations important to our national security that are striving to become prosperous democracies. We can do this by leveraging the combined efforts of government, business and civil society to support, guide, and reinforce their economic engines.

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