January 24, 2014

Why Russia Is No. 1 in Anti-Americanism

Michael Bohm, Moscow Times

The Associated Press

Kremlin propagandists have good reason to be happy with the results of a recently released annual Win/Gallup International poll in which more than 67,000 residents in 65 countries were asked, “Who is the greatest threat to world peace?” Given Russia’s results, it is clear that the Kremlin’s anti-U.S. propaganda campaign is paying off handsomely.

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