What Does the World Think of America?

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Amar C. Bakshi, a producer and videographer with the Washington Post’s PostGlobal site, has just set out on a trip to the far corners of the world to chronicle “How the World Sees America.” Right now, he’s only gotten as far as Manchester, England, but the results so far — from a conversation with Prospect magazine founder David Goodhart about British anti-Americanism to a discussion with British college students about American patriotism — show the project has promise. The germ of the idea came from Bakshi himself, according to the Post’s David Ignatius. An experience in a Zimbabwean prison in […]


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