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   In wake of Iraq war, allies prefer China to U.S.

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6/23/2005 4:00 pm

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CNN

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Entered 6/23/2005, Updated 6/23/2005

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States' image is so tattered overseas two years after the Iraq invasion that communist China is viewed more favorably than the U.S. in many long-time Western European allies, an international poll has found. The survey found that a majority of people in most countries say the United States does not take the interests of other countries into account when making international policy decisions. It also found most would like to see another country get as much military power as the United States, though few want China to play that role. People in most countries were more inclined to say the war in Iraq has made the world a more dangerous place. Non-U.S. residents who had unfavorable views of the United States were most likely to cite Bush as the reason rather than a general problem with America.


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