The Commonwealth's Best Chance Is CompetitionGary S. Becker
Competition among the member republics of the Commonwealth of Independent States offers a great opportunity for economic progress and political freedom. The most significant and lasting gain from the collapse of the Soviet Union could be competition among different policies and institutions that were not possible before. The competition would exert pressure on each republic to put its house in order as it tries to attract domestic and foreign investment and the allegiance of its citizens.
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