America’s global image has suffered in recent years amid widespread opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump.
As the European Union considers further sanctions on Russia for its role in the standoff in Ukraine, Russia is broadly unpopular in many countries around the globe and increasingly disliked in Europe and the United States. President Vladimir Putin’s leadership also continues to inspire little confidence worldwide, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. The former Cold War power’s negative global image contradicts Russians’ expectations that Putin’s actions in Ukraine would improve their country’s international reputation.
A new initiative shows promise in promoting U.S. higher education through traditional PD channels.
CPD Conversations presents an interview with Richard Wike, Director of Global Attitudes Research at the Pew Research Center. Wike discusses the positive attitudes both Indians and Americans have of each other and that even when the global perception of the United States was significantly lower during the George W. Bush administration, Indians still held a positive view of the U.S.