Americans Favor More U.S. Action in Darfur March 23, 2006 Support U.S. Enforcement of No-Fly Zone and Sending NATO Troops By Angela Stephens The crisis in Sudan’s western Darfur region, which began in 2003, has largely been pushed off the international news pages by escalating violence in Iraq and tensionContinue Reading

Publics in Western Countries Disapprove of Muhammad Cartoons February 16, 2006 But Right to Publish Widely Defended By Angela Stephens Published 2/16/2006 An analysis of polls on the worldwide uproar over the publication of cartoons satirizing the Prophet Muhammad shows that the prevailing attitude across several Western nations–Norway, Britain, France,Continue Reading

Americans on CAFTA and U.S. Trade Policy July 11, 2005 Majority Ready to Support CAFTA, If More Trade Adjustment Assistance and Enforcement of Labor Standards Full Report Questionnaire As the House of Representatives enters into intensive debate over ratification of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), a new PIPA-KnowledgeContinue Reading

Americans on the Darfur Crisis and ICC March 1, 2005 Large Bipartisan Majority of Americans Favors Referring Darfur War Crime Cases to International Criminal Court Questionnaire While the Bush administration opposes referring to the International Criminal Court Sudanese individuals charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, aContinue Reading

Americans on the Darfur Crisis January 24, 2005 Three Out of Four Americans Favor UN Military Intervention in Darfur As the UN Security Council on Tuesday, January 25 hears the report of a special commission of inquiry on whether genocide has occurred in Darfur, a PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll conducted DecemberContinue Reading