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Contents Dedication Preface Acknowledgments Introduction After 9/11: Attitudes toward the United States Vladimir Shlapentokh; Joshua Woods and Eric Shiraev Case: Germany The Historical Context of the German Reaction to 9/11 Alexander Stephan The German Perception of the United States Since September 11 Russell A. Berman Case: Russia Russia's views of America in a historic perspective Eric Shiraev "Sorry; but...": Russia's responses in the wake of 9/11 Eric Shiraev Case: Colombia Colombian Attitudes toward the United States after 9/11 John C. Dugas Case: China China and Hong Kong Reporting on the United States: Ambivalence and Contradictions Anthony Fung Chinese Public Opinion in Response to the 9/11 Events Xi Liu and Jing Wu Case: Egypt Egyptian views of America in a historic perspective Manal Alafrangi The Contradictory Feelings about the United States Manal Alafrangi Case: India India's Reaction to 9/11: The Historical Context Kalyani Chadha, Anandam Kavoori and Katherine McAdams India's Reaction to 9/11: From Estrangement to Hopes for Partnership Kalyani Chadha, Anandam Kavoori and Katherine McAdams Case: Lithuania Lithuanian Media Coverage of the September 11th Events, and Their Aftermath Arunas Juska and Vladas Gaidys Concluding Remarks References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
United States -- Foreign public opinion.
Anti-Americanism -- Case studies.
Anti-Americanism -- History.