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Title
The world views of the US presidential election world views of the US presidential election :
Type
Text
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: JK526 2008 .W67 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 324.973/0931 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2009014842
Table Of Contents
Introduction : The US presidential election in 2008 : an introduction to a "global event" / Matthias Maass
Mexico : between skepticism, hope, and disillusion / Thomas Cieslik
The 2008 presidential election : the view from Venezuela / Lesley Martina Burns
Brazil : between continuity and change / João Pontes Nogueira and Kai Michael Kenkel
Admiration reborn : the British view of the US presidential election / Adam Quinn
Oh la la : Obamania à la française / Ruchi Anand
Russian perceptions of the 2008 US presidential election : a case for general optimism or "Russian" optimism? / Jeremy Dwyer and Peter Lentini
Israeli views on the US presidential election : between perception and reality / Ronnie Olesker
Palestine's view of the 2008 US presidential election / Mohammad Masad
The UAE and the Gulf views of the US presidential election / Kenneth Christie
The Iranian perspective on the US presidential election of 2008 / Grace Cheng
How Pakistan viewed the US election campaign / Moonis Ahmar
Support and apprehension : Chinese views on the US presidential election / Sukhee Han and Kai Jin
Japan and the US presidential election of 2008 / Robert Dujarric
Conclusion : A "global event" with global stakeholders : Obama's election and the "idea" of America / Matthias Maass.
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Maass, Matthias. world views of the US presidential election