Mind the Gap

Why policymaking elites and foreigners alike distrust the judgment of Americans.

Issue: Jan-Feb 2007

When it comes to American foreign policy, U.S. policymakers and citizens from the rest of the world would not be expected to see eye to eye. They do, however, agree on one thing-they both mistrust how ordinary Americans think about international relations.[1]

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