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Karen Tramontano highlights the plight of workers in the informal economy, arguing that COVID-19 has laid bare the stark reality of economic inequality around the globe.

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Dan Erikson provides expert testimony at Haiti on the Brink: Assessing U.S. Policy Toward a Country in Crisis—before the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Foreign Affairs' Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security, and Trade.

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Dan Erikson speaks on the tumultuous events in Chile and prospects for Constitutional reform in the country.

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Dan Erikson explains that Guatemala's runoff presidential election could throw a central plank of U.S. President Trump’s migration strategy into doubt.

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Dan Erikson explains that the Taiwanese President's tour through the Caribbean reflects the country's imperative to reinforce relationships with allies vulnerable to poaching by China.

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Dan Erikson analyzes implications of Guyana’s political uncertainty amid efforts to craft new laws governing its oil and gas sectors.

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Karen Tramontano is interviewed about trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, the implications for the 2020 presidential election, and American consumers.

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Dan Erikson explains that Panama's voters decided to stick with known quantities in the country's presidential election, a key U.S. ally and free trade partner.

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Dan Erikson analyzes why Paraguay is key to U.S. policy toward Venezuela, China, and Taiwan.

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Dan Erikson writes that voters disenchanted by the failure of previous leaders to curb crime and corruption created an opening for a fresh, new face.

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Dan Erikson posts on issues that lie at the heart of Guyana’s tumultuous political situation.

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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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