Thursday, August 04, 2005

Arrogant, unfriendly and without culture - how the world sees the US :: GN

The Anholt-GMI Nation Brands Index found that although US foreign policy remained a key driver of hostility, dissatisfaction with the world's sole superpower might run deeper.

"The US is still recognised as a leading place to do business, the home of desirable brands and popular culture," said Simon Anholt, author of the survey. "But its governance, its cultural heritage and its people are no longer widely respected or admired by the world."
Perhaps the popularity and growth of American universities around the world is a lagging indicator.


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