Central Asia lies along the legendary Silk Road and has the potential to regain its stature as one of the centers of global trade. CAFMI researches for policy solutions that would promote greater regional and world exchange in goods. We believe that people have an inalienable to trade. More people trading translates into increased prosperity with a greater stake in peace.
We want our governments to remove visas to enter and the cancellation of the internal visa, propiska. We believe that an open border is a border that allows unrestricted entry and exit. Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia could win in opening its borderz to all the people as it encourages business and tourism environment. Everyone has a right to move, and it's only for benefit of the country.
Liberty is a concept of political philosophy and identifies the condition in which an individual has the right to act according to his or her own will. We wish to excel in the study of individual freedom in the context of society as well as governments of Central Asia. In our unerring belief individual liberty allows one to self-fulfill and, consequently, lead a dignified and respectful life.
Economic research of CAFMI will be directed at investigating government expenses, government efficiency and government effectiveness Government size in Central Asian states is modest compared to the West; however, the lack of effectiveness is evident- unpaved roads, unpaid policemen and bloated ministries. There is a dire need for reform and a need to better serve the taxpayers.
Private property is the founding block in free-market economics. It induces individual responsibility towards ones property and to the property of others. The protection of private property is critical to the protection of key freedoms in society, economic, political and individual, and that is why its fanatic protection should a cornerstone of a healthy society.