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The Wisdom of the Smart Crowd

Want to know what Nobel winners, bestselling authors such as Thomas Friedman, and emerging power brokers in China, India, and Brazil think about the world's most pressing problems? So did we, which is why Foreign Policy once again brings you the collective wisdom of this unique crowd. $(document).ready(function() { $("#thinkers-nav").insertBefore("#tool-bar"); $("#thinkers-nav").show(); });

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Global data from the Pew Global Attitudes project, 2010 survey

Andrew Swift is an editorial researcher at Foreign Policy.

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