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Libya's Oil Company Taps Mercury PA

Mon, Feb. 27, 2023

By Kevin McCauley

LibyaMercury Public Affairs has picked up a one-year agreement to handle strategic communications, media relations, digital services and government relations duties for the Libyan National Oil Company.

Ex-Senator Seeks to Highlight Russian War Crimes

Tue, Feb. 21, 2023

By Kevin McCauley

Norm ColemanNorm Coleman, who was a Republican Senator for Minnesota, is repping the London-based Victor Pinchuk Foundation as it works to stage an exhibit in the US Capitol on Russian war crimes against Ukraine.


UK Embassy Calls In Anti-Corruption Law Pro

Tue, Feb. 7, 2023

By Kevin McCauley

British EmbassyThe British embassy has hired a Harvard Law anti-corruption law expert for a report on the “Enablers Act,” the toughest bill to fight money laundering passed in 20 years.

Finn Partners Lands Enterprise Ireland

Fri, Jan. 13, 2023

By Kevin McCauley

Enterprise IrelandFinn Partners is working with Enterprise Ireland to promote Ireland as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship and to showcase the impact that Irish companies have in the US.

Montenegro Seeks Bipartisan Support in DC

Fri, Dec. 30, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

MontenegroBipartizan Solutions is providing strategic communications counsel to Montenegro to further its bid to bolster relations with the US.


Navigators Global Guides Qatar’s DC Push

Thu, Dec. 15, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

NavigatorsNavigators Global, which has close ties to the Republican party, has signed on to represent Qatar on its relationship with the US.

Sonoran Reps Angola's Dos Santos

Fri, Dec. 9, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

Isabel Dos SantosSonoran Policy Group makes DC case for Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's former leader, who has been charged with massive corruption. She claims to be a victim of a witch hunt.

Qorvis Gears Up for Arab Language Day

Tue, Nov. 29, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

Arabic LanguageQorvis Communications, which has been Saudi Arabia’s go-to PR firm since the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks, is gearing up for UN Arab Language Day.

BGR Group Lands $720K Panama Job

Mon, Nov. 28, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

PanamaBGR Group has landed a one-year contract worth $720K from Panama for government affairs and PR services.

BCW Eyes $750K Fee For COP28

Fri, Nov. 18, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

COP28BCW has filed its contract to serve as climate envoy for the United Arab Emirates, which will host the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference (COP 28) in Dubai from Nov. 6 to 17 of next year.

Actum Promotes US/Turkey Trade

Mon, Oct. 17, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

ActumThe Turkey-US Business Council has hired Actum to enhance trade and investment between the two nations.

South Korea Enlists Qorvis

Fri, Oct. 14, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

South KoreaSouth Korea has hired Qorvis to handle PR, strategic communications and media management services.

Ukraine Hails Ex-Uber Works CEO

Mon, Oct. 10, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

Andrey LiscovichAndrey Liscovich, former CEO of Uber Works staffing agency, has signed on as an unpaid advisor to the Government of Ukraine.

APCO Reps Leader of Democratic Opposition in Belarus

Wed, Sep. 28, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

Sviatlana TsikhanouskayaAPCO Worldwide is providing media relations services for Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, the leader of the democratic opposition to Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko. She stepped in for her husband and ran for president in 2020 but lost in the rigged election.

UAE Picks BCW for COP28 Support

Tue, Sep. 27, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

COP28BCW is hammering out an agreement to provide strategic communications services to the United Arab Emirates, which will host the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference (COP 28) slated to be held in Dubai from Nov. 6-17.

Panama Picks Potomac Partners DC

Mon, Sep. 12, 2022

By Kevin McCauley

PotomacPanama has selected Potomac Partners DC for a push to amend the US Passenger Vessel Services Act to designate Panama as a “distant foreign port.”