From Latin America to Europe to the Middle East, CLS Strategies has helped corporations, governments and political candidates achieve their goals. International engagements often bring unique sensitivities and involve multiple, interconnected audiences. Our multilingual staff has lived around the world and helps clients communicate with a clarity that transcends distance, language and culture.

Global NGOs and multilaterals, including the United Nations and the World Bank, have relied on CLS Strategies to position their initiatives in Washington. Foreign and multi-national corporations enlist our aid to close deals in new markets, navigate multi-jurisdictional policy challenges and manage their reputations at home and abroad.

CLS Strategies has also helped more than a dozen foreign governments advocate for their policy priorities in the United States. Kenya, Mexico, Egypt and Colombia are just a few of the countries that have benefited from our counsel. On the political front, we have managed campaigns and advised public officials on six continents.


Our International Clients

  • World Bank
  • Uribe for President (Colombia)
  • UNICEF
  • United Nations Foundation
  • LG Corporation / Zenith
  • Massa For President (Argentina)
  • Government of Georgia
  • Government of Peru
  • Hyundai
  • NetAid
  • EDEMSA
  • Government of Mexico
  • Sithe Energies
  • Cardoso for President (Brazil)
  • Peru LNG
  • World Health Organization
  • Government of Serbia
  • Government of Ecuador
  • Declaration to Protect Wine Place & Origin
  • Avianca Airlines
  • Government of Spain
  • Government of Brazil
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • Government of Portugal
  • Sherry Council of America
  • Government of Mauritius
  • Harvard University
  • Government of Republic of Congo (Brazzaville)
  • Government of Colombia
  • Arab Bank
  • Techint Group
  • Government of Egypt
  • Hunt Oil
  • Government of Nicaragua
  • Government of Kenya
  • Champagne Bureau, U.S.
  • People's Democratic Party (Nigeria)
  • Supercanal
  • Center for Wine Origins