A complex set of needs.
Foreign governments must address a plethora of communication needs most urgently including influencing the White House and Congress, attracting new business investments, demonstrating compliance with international humanitarian standards and justifying policy decisions. Often, achieving these goals hinges upon a sovereign’s ability to effectively communicate its own story–economically and politically–to influential American audiences, including consumers, elected officials and their staff, think tank leadership and the media. Communicating compelling messages that spark meaningful change is mission-critical.
We have represented more than 30 countries on their most sensitive matters, including foreign aid, free trade, kidnapping, litigation, transfer of power, security, incarceration and how new governments are received in Washington. We’ve been hired on the most challenging international matters out of the Middle East, Asia and Africa, including the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), World Trade Organization (WTO) litigation and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) review.
LEVICK’s international team provides seamless strategic services to nations, working closely with lobbyists and lawyers to achieve each country’s core objectives. With long-term strategic partners located around the globe, we can provide additional support in-country and in nearly any language. We work in war-torn countries under armed escort to protect our clients; we don’t hesitate to go wherever we are needed.
- Advancing national commercial interests
- Building international support for national objectives
- Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS)
- Counseling foreign governments on U.S. public opinion and political systems
- CSR communications
- Embassy representation
- Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA)
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Free trade
- Global labor issues
- Human rights issues
- Influencing public opinion around the world
- Kidnapping and ransom
- National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)
- Navigating the complexities of a free press in the United States and other nations
- NGO relations
- United Nations, Congressional and White House visits
- World Trade Organization (WTO)