July 23, 2009

Pew Global Attitudes Project Press Conference Video National Press Club (7/23/09)

Introduction by Donald Kimelman of The Pew Charitable Trusts. (2:17 video)

Opening remarks by Andrew Kohut, President of Pew Research Center, on how global public opinion of the United States has changed since Barack Obama took office. (9:56 video)

Remarks by Andrew Kohut, President of Pew Research Center, on views of the global recession, trade, immigration and the environment. (1:58 video)

Andrew Kohut, President of Pew Research Center, discusses global U.S. favorability ratings and views of U.S. foreign policy in Western Europe, Muslim countries and Asia. (3:33 video)

Comments by Sec. Madeleine Albright of the Albright Stonebridge Group, on President Obama’s global popularity and the complexity of the current foreign policy landscape. (5:43 video)

Comments by Sen. John Danforth of Bryan Cave LLP, on policy implications of America’s improved image and other survey findings. (4:42 video)

Madeleine Albright, Andrew Kohut and John Danforth on the causes of Obama’s global popularity and whether or not that popularity will enable him to foster international cooperation. (3:28 video)

Q&A with Andrew Kohut, Madeleine Albright and John Danforth: Importance of global image to Americans, Obama’s popularity in Africa and U.S.-Russia relations. (9:56 video)

Q&A with Andrew Kohut, Madeleine Albright and John Danforth: Sustainability of Obama’s high global ratings, international vs. domestic popularity, Israeli views of U.S., support for dealing with global climate change. (9:25 video)