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Sally Painter writes that in the years since Ms. Kirchner’s first election in 2007, a clear and disturbing pattern has emerged when it comes to freedom of expression.

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Sally Painter writes that in U.S. politics, places like the Cayman Islands have emerged as rhetorical weapons for campaign attacks on the evils of corporate tax evasion and outsourcing.

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Sally Painter writes that while withdrawal of the vast majority of U.S. forces was always inevitable, withdrawal cannot mean abandonment.

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Sally Painter writes about the how the experience of Latvia is draw increased attention for the lessons it may hold for the rest of the Eurozone and EU membership.

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Karen Tramontano discusses the recent payrolls report and the outlook for the U.S. economy.

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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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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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