The World (and Women) Hates U.S. Drone Strikesby Micah Zenko
Jun. 13, 2012
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Today, the Pew Research Center released its latest Pew Global Attitudes Project public opinion survey, conducted in twenty-one countries in March and April of this year through phone or in-person interviews. The results lead with the headline (which shouldn't come as a shock to anyone following U.S. targeted killing policies) "Drone Strikes Widely Opposed."