The opening sentence of charles dickenss classic novel of the french revolutiona tale of two cities could serve as an apt description of contemporary american foreign policyin fact each of these familiar quotations frames some central themes in this book which studies the ways publics abroad have assessed the united states its institutions and its policies in recent years. Get this from a library to see ourselves as others see us how publics abroad view the united states after 9 11 ole r holsti. To see ourselves as others see us how publics abroad view the united states after 9 11 by ole r holsti abstract includes bibliographical references p 221 227 and index1 introduction 2 how publics abroad view the united states and its foreign policies how the united states is viewed abroad americas international role . To see ourselves as others see us how publics abroad view the united states after 9 11 ole r holsti as anti american sentiment grows abroad the us is losing the power of persuasion description in terms of military and economic power the united states remains one of the strongest nations in the world yet the united states seems to . Burns night special o wad some power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us it wad frae monie a blunder free us an foolish notion what airs in dress an gait wad leae us an ev
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