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Does Public Opinion Matter? World Attitudes on Global Governance

Speakers: Stewart M. Patrick and Steven G. Kull

President Obama has heralded a "new era of global engagement." But what do publics in the United States and around the world actually think about today's global challenges-and the international institutions to cope with them? Experts inaugurate the launch of Public Opinion on Global Issues (www.cfr.org/public_opinion), the most comprehensive digest ever assembled of existing polling data on U.S. and global public attitudes toward multilateral cooperation in the twenty-first century, by analyzing and discussing these questions.

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