The pundit class may sometimes demagogue international institutions, but Americans overwhelmingly believe that international cooperation advances American interests at home and abroad.
A vote on Capitol Hill today shows that Congress wants the Obama administration to productively engage in forthcoming negotiations at the World Conference on International Telecommunications.
There's much love in the heartland for a more responsible kind of American global engagement.
More reasons not to like the a new piece of legislation recently introduced by the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
I've just received a first look at the newest polling data from the Better World Campaign and UN Foundation. The survey, conducted by the bi-partisan polling duo Geoff Garin and Bill McInturff, finds American approval ratings for the United Nations are at 60%, while only 28% say they have an unfavorable image.
A new map from the Economist shows that Montana is Swaziland, California is Italy, Connecticut is Moldova, and the District of Columbia is Kuwait.