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Most EU Citizens Approve of Obama’s Handling of International Policies

Transatlantic Trends 2010 Nearly four-in-five EU respondents (78%)1 approved of the way Barack Obama is handling international policies — a modest decline from last year’s approval rate of 83%.

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Study Shows Increasingly Divergent Views About Turkey’s Relationship with the West

The Transatlantic Trends 2010 report shows that respondents in Turkey and Europe have increasingly divergent views about Turkey’s relationship with the West.

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Americans and Europeans Divided Over on the Role of Asia in Global Affairs

The Transatlantic Trends 2010 report has found that EU and U.S. respondents were divided about the role Asia would play in global affairs.

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Survey: NATO Remains a Popular Alliance Despite Waning Optimism on Major Security Issues

The Transatlantic Trends 2010 report demonstrated waning optimism on major security issues like Afghanistan and Iran but found that NATO remains a popular alliance.

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Majority of EU Citizens Have a Negative View of the Euro

When asked whether using the euro has been a good or bad thing for their country’s economy, almost all majorities in the eurozone sample responded negatively.

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