Bruce Stokes

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Europe’s Kids Are Moody and Depressed

But what millennials think of their future prospects -- and of the United States -- isn’t a passing fad. And there's good reason to worry about the future of the continent.

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Indians Don’t Hate Foreigners and Their Money Anymore

But can Prime Minister Modi capitalize on the changing winds and let foreign firms help build his “Make in India” economy?

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Lame Duck? Shots Fired.

Why a Republican win on Tuesday may push the White House into a more aggressive foreign policy posture.

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Is Laziness the Cause of Economic Inequality?

Americans and the British lean toward moral weakness, but the rest of the world blames government policies.

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Keep Your Eye on Beijing

While the world focuses on the Middle East and Ukraine, China's neighbors worry about the fallout of brewing tensions along its borders. And so should we.

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No Difference a Year Makes

One year on from the NSA surveillance revelations, guess what: the world shrugged. People still, more or less, like America.

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The Middle East Has Thrown in the Towel on Making Peace with Israel

New polls from across the region show a deep pessimism on the possibility of a non-violent, two-state solution.

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Between Assad and a Hard Place

The people of the Middle East don't want extremists or Syria's president either. But they want Western meddling even less.

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Is Ukraine More Like Latvia or Greece?

This question might seem odd, but it's at the heart of what world leaders need to grapple with at the G7 summit this week.

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About Bruce Stokes

Bruce Stokes is director of global economic attitudes at the Pew Research Center.

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