Blog to Examine International Anti-American Sentiment

Filed as News on January 28, 2005 2:28 pm

by Duncan

Students at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism are setting up a blog to take an in-depth look at anti-American sentiment across the globe, aiming to examine the way the United States is perceived on an international level by tracking both pro- and anti-American attitudes in selected countries.

Francis Pisani, who launched the project, said the perception of the United States in other countries is still largely under-reported in the United States media.

Reports indicate that the blog should be up and running in the next couple of weeks.

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