In 2014, the United States and Cuba entered into a new era of bilateral relations aimed at ending a 54-year stretch of hostilities. In this context, major U.S. corporations are
An Eastern European country that had regained independence from the Soviet Union in 1999—and thereafter joined the EU, NATO, and the euro area—sought to gain accession as a
A U.S.-based international nonprofit organization—well-known in Sub-Saharan Africa but seeking greater visibility domestically—engaged Blue Star Strategies to help expand its
News outlets and journalists in a prominent Latin American nation were facing a deteriorating environment of freedom of expression. Not only was the press subject to
A country's leading hydrocarbons company had deep expertise in exploration, production, refining, and marketing. The company was also the country's main investor, its second
A political party from an Eastern European country that had not been in government for a decade feared that upcoming parliamentary elections would favor the two largest
An association of banks from Northern Europe sought to enhance its reputation and to correct misperceptions within the U.S. about its country's financial services sector. It
An international multilateral organization sought to enhance its profile in Washington as well as throughout the United States more broadly. Although the organization has been
A global export company sought to achieve the U.S. Congress' approval to extend trade preferences legislation for imports originating in its home country in Latin America. Blue
A former Soviet republic in Eastern Europe sought to enhance its bilateral relationship with the United States and to advance its goal of greater integration with the West.
A coalition of seven Central and Eastern European countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia), each a strong ally of the United
Blue Star Strategies has an unbeatable track record in combining the very best of strategic planning with positive results. As far as I'm concerned, Karen Tramontano and her team walk on water.
Kathy Bonk, President of the Communications Consortium