Global Jan. 24, 2013

The Tahrir Square Legacy: Egyptians Have Clear Priorities

Two years after Egyptians first poured into Cairo’s Tahrir Square chanting “Down with Mubarak” the legacy of the Arab Spring remains uncertain.

Global Jan. 15, 2013

Public Attitudes Toward the Next Social Contract

The recent deliberations in Washington about the fiscal cliff have triggered a national debate in the United States about the nature, extent and future sustainability of key elements of the U.S. social safety net.

Global Jan. 10, 2013

2013: A Fateful Year

Security issues will test transatlantic co-operation, though the prospects for a free-trade deal look good.

Global Jan. 4, 2013

Indians Support Gender Equality But Still Give Men Edge in Workplace, Higher Education

The recent gang rape and killing of a young woman in New Delhi – and the subsequent protests – have focused worldwide attention on gender issues in India.

Global Dec. 28, 2012

What Americans Want in 2013

As Americans make their New Year’s resolutions, gazing into their crystal balls in anticipation of 2013, they are pessimistic about the economy, doubtful about Washington avoiding the fiscal cliff and worried about rising inequality and economic unfairness.

Global Dec. 12, 2012

Social Networking Popular Across Globe

Many global publics use social networking sites to share their views on popular culture. Expressing opinions about politics, community issues and religion is particularly common in the Arab world.

Global Dec. 10, 2012

U.S.-China Economic Relations in the Wake of the U.S. Election

The U.S. public wants Washington to ratchet up the pressure on Beijing, but history suggests that there are geo-political constraints to doing so.

Global Dec. 4, 2012

Anti-Americanism Down in Europe, but a Values Gap Persists

Europeans generally reacted to President Obama’s re-election with a mixture of excitement and relief, just as they did four years ago.

Global Nov. 26, 2012

Obama’s Re-election Win Sobered by Unmet Global Expectations

Much of the world cheered the November 6 re-election of U.S. president Barack Obama. But the president’s honeymoon may be short lived.

Global Nov. 1, 2012

American, Chinese Publics Increasingly Wary of the Other

As economic and geopolitical competition grows between the U.S. and China, Americans say they want to get tougher with China on economic issues and the Chinese hold a more negative view of relations with the U.S.