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For a New Kind of Public-Private Multilateralism

Until recently, the world’s response to our greatest challenges relied on the leadership of a few, the concord of the rest, a lot of public money and a heavy dose of compromise. With multilateralism eroding, world leaders may need to look for support outside of their cordoned-off, heavily guarded tents.

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Who is ready for collective redress?

For the European Commission, there was a silver lining to the recent Dieselgate and Ryanair controversies:  they served as a perfect opportunity to table a legislative proposal on collective consumer redress. But not everyone was thrilled.

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Lafleur to lead the strategic communications agency’s first office in the Americas

NYC, USA, January 23, 2019 – Move over, Empire State Building: there’s a new landmark in town! Landmark Public Affairs, a strategic communications agency, is opening its first American branch in NYC. It will be led by Landmark’s longtime senior staffer Julien Lafleur.

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