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Sally Painter is interviewed on the topic of whether US legislation is hurting international banking.

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Sally Painter writes that a hyper focus on the deficit may be leading Democrats and Republicans to obsess over only one piece of the puzzle.

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Sally Painter writes that brutal crackdowns in Iran, Libya, and Bahrain show how fragile the call for democracy is – and why technology alone can’t sustain democratic revolution.

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Sally Painter writes about President Obama's opportunity to raise the topic of human rights – and democracy – with the Chinese president.

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Sally Painter writes in The Hill that at a time when Europe is struggling with the ongoing financial crisis, renewing NATO’s commitment to its open door policy would reflect positively on the health of the European project.

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Karen Tramontano is interviewed on the outlook for Obama's jobs plan.

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Karen Tramontano discusses the outlook for President Barack Obama's deficit cutting and jobs plans.

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Dan Erikson authors a report on what steps the Caribbean islands could take to diversify their economies away from an over-reliance on tourism to create a more sustainable future.

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Dan Erikson writes that while increasing economic and political ties between China and Latin America have attracted significant attention from U.S. policymakers, the extent to which Beijing’s foreign policy is shaped by its desire to isolate Taiwan internationally is often overlooked.

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Jesica Lindgren writes that more aspiring students are choosing an Executive Masters in Business Administration over the traditional MBA.

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Karen Tramontano writes about a potential watershed moment in free trade.

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Sally Painter, serving as managing director of the NATO Prague Summit Host Committee and Alexandr Vondra, deputy minister of foreign affairs of the Czech Republic, write about the importance of mutual cooperation and solidarity in the face of challenges to our civilization.

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Experience, insight into the decision making processes 'inside the Washington Beltway,' and an ability to approach the most comprehensive government affairs and regulatory cases are unique qualifications of Blue Star Strategies. Close cooperation and advice in the very complicated case of NATO enlargement ratification and help on the successful strategy for the visa waiver process for my country are just two success stories, which make them efficient, sensitive, and a pleasure to work with.

Ambassador (r.) Rastislav Kácer, former State Secretary for Defense and former Ambassador to the United States of the Slovak Republic

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