Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.


The Killing Schoolyards

January 1, 2013 // Khaleej Times - U.A.E.

Can the US put into place measures that can reduce the likelihood of American children being massacred without reconsidering its assumed right to murder children in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan or elsewhere?

America Is Still Number One

January 1, 2013 // Rzeczpospolita - Poland - Polish

The U.S. hasn’t been on a winning streak the past few years, to put it mildly. It is the country where the global economic crisis started. It is a country that runs up debt at an alarming rate and risks plummeting from the fiscal cliff. Last but not least, it is a country increasingly diverging from the Founding [Read more]

America Also Regulates the Internet

January 1, 2013 // Southern Weekend - China - Chinese

Presently, America has three laws regulating the Internet that are not deemed unconstitutional. They are the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, and the Children’s Internet Protection Act. These three laws concern copyright protection, children’s privacy right [Read more]

Coca-Cola Breaks Advertising Taboo

January 1, 2013 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Coca-Cola's advertising has previously not addressed the company's image problems but rather combined the beverage with joyful moments. Now, for the first time in history, Coca -Cola's commercials will refer to the problem of obesity. Coca-Cola has bought TV advertising time in America's most popular programs [Read more]
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