Why America Needs Europe

WED, OCT 17, 2007 (1:10:11)

William Drozdiak, president of the American Council on Germany, argues that the conventional notion of anti-Americanism is grounded in a few basic myths. Jan Ross called the growing tide of Anti-Americanism a new global ideology, but a closer look reveals that things are not as dire as they may seem. Though public opinion polls in Europe do cite widespread dismay with America's presence in the global arena, behind the surveys about "why they hate us" lies a reservoir of goodwill waiting to be tapped.

This event is cosponsored by the Southern Center for International Studies and the Atlanta Eric M. Warburg Chapter of The American Council on Germany.

Partner
World Affairs Council of Atlanta
Series
FRONTLINE: The War Briefing Series
German Culture Series
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