Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.


Supporting Snowden

September 22, 2016 // Liberation - France - French

Without Edward Snowden’s revelations, would we have seen a global debate on mass surveillance? Would the United States have put a (admittedly limited) stop to the National Security Agency’s access to information for the first time in decades? Would we have seen the European Union’s Court of Justice invalidate a [Read more]

From the USA to the PRC, Safety Is a Major Challenge

June 19, 2016 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

The injury and loss caused by these incidents cannot be compared, and the nature of these incidents are noticeably different. However, they both have evoked keen public interest in their respective countries. How to implement rules in modern society that help bring about people’s safety is a global problem.

Paris, the Useless Summit

December 2, 2015 // La Crónica de Hoy - Mexico - Spanish

Climate change, not terrorism, is without any exaggeration the main threat to the survival of mankind. So say many of the most renowned scientists, politicians and most clear thinking intellectuals, as well as, the aspiring U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and even the Pentagon and the CIA. [Read more]

Can You Spy on Your Allies?

July 6, 2015 // Le Monde - France - French

The evidence of a competition between sovereign states absolutely does not signify that the alliance between the two states is collapsing, nor does it reveal hostile intentions.

A Small Victory

June 9, 2015 // Le Devoir - Canada - French

Though this new law will partially reduce the NSA’s ability to collect this metadata, it will not significantly hinder the vast majority of the U.S. agency's large-scale surveillance activities.
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