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What to Expect from China’s “Dual Circulation” Strategy

The Chinese Communist Party leadership recently came together at the Fifth Plenum to review and formulate the country’s next Five-Year Plan (FYP). This context provides insight into the role “dual circulation” will play in future reforms...
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2020 Election: Key Communications and Campaign Trends

To analyze the issues at stake during an unprecedented American presidential election, APCO Worldwide’s Paris office and the American Chamber of Commerce hosted a webinar focused on understanding the key communications trends at the heart of the 2020 campaign...
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America’s Political Communities Are More Nuanced Than We Think

National strategies for voter outreach have long oversimplified how voters make decisions based on certain identity characteristics. As the country becomes more diverse and the electorate more complex, campaigns need to rethink how they appeal to voters and what the electorate looks like...
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More to UK Health Reforms Than Just Obesity and COVID-19

Two major reforms to the UK’s public health system were announced in recent weeks—refreshed efforts to fight obesity, and the creation of a new body specifically to prevent a second wave of COVID-19. Both announcements represent an evolution, rather than a revolution, but are arguably more interesting for what they say about Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s approach to government, and how businesses should engage with his administration...
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Keio University Adovacy Campaigning Lecture Recap

As a leading global company in public affairs and strategic communication, APCO's Tokyo office had the opportunity to hold a lecture on advocacy campaigning with a class of international and Japanese students at Keio University...
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India and China: Old Cold Borders, New Cold War

A military standoff between India and China in northern Ladakh, along a long-disputed border, has stirred up serious tensions which could have enormous geopolitical consequences for a world battling a pandemic for which many blame Beijing. The relationship between the world’s two most-populous nations can be seen through five different prisms, each of which is playing a role in deciding where ties are today and where they are likely to head in the future...
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Public Affairs in the COVID-19 World

Leading experts in the field share their insights on conducting public affairs in the COVID-19 era...
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2020 and Drug Pricing

In the United States, the issue of how to address prescription drug pricing will certainly be a hot button topic ahead of the 2020 election. The time is now for pharma companies to act and offer real and impactful solutions that help patients, while calling out elements of the healthcare system that create barriers to access in exchange for profit...
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Associations Rising

APCO's 2019 TradeMarks study shows that, while trade associations may have their challenges, being an effective policy advocate is not one of them...
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Healthcare Progress Hidden in Plain Sight

In healthcare, change is everywhere, affecting every patient and healthcare provider. More changes are coming, all with very few Rose Garden signing ceremonies. Buckle up for more change in 2020...
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