Americans and Canadians
The past year was a rocky period for U.S.-Canadian relations, with differences over Iraq and trade disputes dividing these North American neighbors. But there is no evidence that Americans and Canadians are destined to go their separate ways.
American Public Diplomacy in the Islamic World
I am delighted to help this committee achieve a better understanding of how the United States is perceived in the Islamic world. I am not here to make recommendations about how to solve America’s image problems, but rather to give you as much as I can on the nature of the problem.
Bush Targets Top Global Problem – AIDS
With his decision to dramatically increase U.S. overseas spending on the AIDS epidemic, President Bush is addressing a crisis that dominates the concerns of people around the world.
Americans and Europeans Differ Widely on Foreign Policy Issues
Europeans have a better opinion of President George W. Bush than they did before the Sept. 11 attacks, but they remain highly critical of the president, most of his policies, and what they see as his unilateral approach to international affairs.
America Admired, Yet Its New Vulnerability Seen As Good Thing, Say Opinion Leaders
Opinion leaders around the world believe that the events of Sept. 11 opened a new chapter in world history, but their views about the United States and its struggle with terrorism reflect a more familiar love-hate relationship with America.
Bush Unpopular in Europe, Seen As Unilateralist
George W. Bush is highly unpopular with the publics of the major nations of Western Europe.