In an op-ed for Valor Econômico, Kellie Meiman Hock discusses what Brazil can show the US about the limitations of industrial politics and the power of civil society to affect leadership at this pivotal moment in Brazil’s history.
In a The National Interest article, Ambassador Richard Burt discusses the prospects for US-European relations during Trump’s presidency and the challenges that lay ahead in a tumultuous transatlantic landscape.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Nelson Cunningham discusses who the next leader of the Democratic National Committee should be after such a divisive election year.
We are pleased to welcome Ambassador Robert O. Blake, Jr., former Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, and former Ambassador to Indonesia and Sri Lanka. A career member of the U.S. Foreign Service, Ambassador Blake will head our India & South Asia practice, and will support our Southeast Asia and Central Asia practices. […]
In this article featured in POLITICO, Nelson Cunningham argues for why he believes free trade agreements are not contradictory to liberal values – and why they in fact help communities left behind by globalization.
We are pleased to welcome Kezia McKeague as a director in our Latin America practice. Kezia McKeague served as Director of Government Relations at the Council of the Americas from 2011 to 2016. She has also worked for Senator Richard Lugar on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where she dealt heavily in US policy toward […]
In his article featured in The Hill, Mack McLarty discusses the lack of civility on the campaign trail currently and the consequences that will have on the political atmosphere when the next president is sworn in.
Amb. John Negroponte reflects on his memories of the attacks on 9/11 and future threats facing the United States and the world.
Kellie Meiman participated in a panel that analyzed in detail the consequences of Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment in Brazil, including what it means for Brazil’s relations with the rest of the hemisphere.
Ambassador Richard Burt and Philippe Maze-Sencier pen an in-depth interpretation of how Brexit will play out and what it means for the UK, the EU, and the US.