Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.

November 2017

Abuses at the Apex of Power

November 26, 2017 // El País - Spain - Spanish

<i>They began in the church, but now the scandals even reach the U.S. Congress.</i> First, and for many years, they were unique to the Catholic Church. A few weeks ago, they erupted in the world of Hollywood. The media have followed suit. And now comes politics —particularly the U.S. Congress and the Senate — [Read more]

Trump in Japan: Challenges in Trade Imbalances

November 25, 2017 // Kyoto Shimbun - Japan - Japanese

President Donald Trump came to Japan and held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. At a joint press conference, Trump expressed solidarity with the prime minister, criticizing North Korea’s nuclear testing and missile launches as “a threat … to peace and stability” and looked to strengthen Japan – U.S. [Read more]

Charles Manson: Hippie from Hell

November 25, 2017 // NRC Handelsblad - Netherlands - Dutch

<i>Charles Manson knew to manipulate his followers into, among other things, butchering actress Sharon Tate. He wanted to unleash racial riots.</i> Charles Manson was a “hippie from hell;” the American cult leader with the penetrating, confused look in his eyes died on Sunday at the age of 83. [Read more]

Bannon’s Billionaire

November 25, 2017 // Die Zeit - Germany - German

The 71-year-old CEO of Renaissance Capital, a large, secretive U.S. hedge fund, has become one of the most important names in politics.

Trump in China

November 24, 2017 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

Trump’s positive rapport with President Xi may be what is causing a closer relationship between the two countries, despite the policy disagreements.

A Year of Trump

November 24, 2017 // Excélsior - Mexico - Spanish

A year since the election that brought him to power, there is little to celebrate for a president whose proposed changes cannot even find consensus among his supporters.
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