In 'America Against the World', Pew Research Center president Andrew Kohut and Bruce Stokes consider the surprising findings of Pew's survey of world opinion to understand why the world has turned against America - where once America was considered the champion of democracy, it's now seen as a militant hyperpower. The answer - Americans' go-it-alone attitudes have pushed the world away. From business endeavors abroad to the Bush administration's preemptive war policy, exceptional individualism - in particular, the belief in personal responsibility and the unclouded optimism - have encouraged the world to view the United States as a bully and a threat. Former secretary of state Madeleine K. Albright argues in her foreword that Americans cannot stop the spread of anti-Americanism without truly understanding who they are. This book provides the insights to take that step.
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Subtítulo: HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT AND WHY WE ARE DISLIKED