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CCGA: Troubled by Loss of Standing in the World, Americans Support Major Foreign Policy Changes

A new poll by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs shows a majority of Americans think the United States should "be ready" to negotiate with countries like Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea and Zimbabwe, as well as groups like Hamas and Hezbollah. The poll also shows a majority want the United States to withdraw most of its combat troops from Iraq within two years.

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CSIS: Iraqi Perceptions of the War: Public Opinion by City and Region

Author: Anthony H. Cordesman

Anthony H. Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, writes that data supplied by the ABC News polling unit, supplemented by data provide by Opinion Research Business shows that most Iraqis now see the US and Coalition forces in Iraq as at least a partial threat, do not trust the US or the Coalition, and see their aid efforts as failed or non-existent.

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