Foreign Policy in the New Millennium
The 2012 Chicago Council Survey, released on September 10, 2012, at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C., tracks public opinion on U.S. foreign policy since the September 11th attacks, and includes an assessment of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The report also gauges public preference in regards to the economies of Asian countries and U.S. measures taken against Assad’s regime in Syria. Watch a webcast of the release event and follow @ChicagoCouncil for updates.
Short reports on survey findings include: Americans Support No-Fly Zone and Sanctions in Syria, Americans Question Gains of War in Afghanistan, American Shifting Focus to Asia, American Views of Asia and the Future of the U.S.-Japan Alliance, American Support for the U.S.-ROK Alliance, American Public Opinion on Immigration, and American Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy.
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