In China and elsewhere in East Asia, philo-Semitism has quickly transformed into anti-Semitism due to political and societal shifts.
New surveys reveal substantial racial and generational differences in American perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In Zimbabwe, exposure to Western or Chinese media influences perceptions of China’s economic actions, though not its political activities.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan holds a 60 percent approval rating — surpassing his major rivals by at least 24 points.
A new survey indicates China is winning the battle of perceptions in the Middle East, but its gains over the U.S. could be reversed.