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Karen Tramontano is interviewed by Swiss public affairs firm, furrerhugi, and its online newsletter, influence.

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Sally Painter and Jeremiah Baronberg write about the fundamental role that global institutions have played in fostering enduring peace, security, and prosperity across nations.

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Karen Tramontano writes that if President Trump truly wants to help American workers, he—together with Congress—should pursue a trade agenda that makes solving the problem of worker dislocation a priority.

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Jeff Gedmin writes about overlapping with Vladimir Putin in Dresden in the 1980s.

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Karen Tramontano writes that the U.S. needs a new approach to international trade that truly helps workers.

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Jeff Gedmin pens a memo to the new CEO of U.S. international media.

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In a new report published by the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University, Blue Star Strategies' Karen Tramontano argues that the current heated debate over international trade is the outcome of a flawed public policy and political framework.

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Bill Danvers released a report on the elements necessary to assist Libya with its economy and the development of institutions that can provide the foundation for a revitalized nation.

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Jeff Gedmin writes on the convergence between the U.S. presidential campaign and Ukraine.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that if the EU is to survive in some form, it must start to tackle serious problems convincingly in the eyes of larger numbers of Europeans.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that it's good news that the Alliance is finally focused on the Russian threat to the West.

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Sally Painter writes on the danger that "NATO's leaders seem to have forgotten its strength, and an unfortunate timidity has set in" in the face of a "resurgent Russia."

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In our work, we often remind clients and partners that policy change at any level comes down to relationships. The team at Blue Star Strategies helped us to use limited resources more efficiently and build strong relationships that matter.

David Devlin-Foltz, Director of the Aspen Planning and Evaluation Program at the Aspen Institute

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