Jeremy D. Moore is a program officer for the Asia Center, focusing on USIP grantmaking in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, China and Myanmar. USIP uses grantmaking to test new ideas and pioneering approaches to peacebuilding efforts through education, training, research and the media.

He joined USIP in 2010 from Bond University in Australia, where he graduated with a Masters of International Relations by Thesis degree. His Master’s Thesis, “The Pursuit of Asian Hegemony: China and India’s Strategic Objectives and Containment Policies,” was published in the International Journal of Business and Globalization. He obtained a B.A. in government at the University of Redlands in 2006.

He has previously worked for the senate office of Vice President Joe Biden, the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Project Vote Smart and was a member of Democracy International's (DI) election observation mission during the 2014 Afghan presidential election audit.

Publications By Jeremy

Civic Mobilization for Good Governance and Peace

Civic Mobilization for Good Governance and Peace

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

By: Jeremy Moore

Corruption, coupled with a weak legal system, is a rampant problem in Afghanistan. Afghanistan currently ranks 175th in corruption globally, ahead of only Somalia and North Korea1, and fragile local governments and widespread fraud and bribery are prime causal factors of the ongoing insurgency in Afghanistan. The pervasive nature of bad governance and the lack of rule of law have fueled anti-state feelings among Afghan citizens, a sentiment often being exploited by the Taliban and other insur...

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