A major contribution to the study of both public opinion and foreign policy analysis. A tour de force in comparison to others in the field. It is the only book that methodically probes the sources rather than just the manifestations of anti-Americanism. -- Patrick James, University of Southern California
Giacomo Chiozza is an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University.
In spite of widely held contentions, anti-Americanism is not as deepseeded as some pundits would have their audiences believe, the author argues... The respect of American ideals hinges on more than how America acts. The way those actions are framed and portrayed are of equal importance. Chiozza is convinced that the persistence of anti-Americanism is here to stay, albeit in various forms and to various degrees. -- Nick Deshpande Journal of Homeland Security andEmergency Management The work establishes Chiozza as a pioneering empirical analyst of anti-Americanism. Future work on this subject will benefit from the substantial empirical contribution offered in this fine book. -- Lisa Blaydes Public Opinion Quarterly