A World Public Opinion (WPO) poll revealed that no country leader enjoyed worldwide trust in 2008 and that only the leaders of China, Iran, and Russia received consistently higher trust ratings at home than abroad. In a new study, Pavel Yakovlev and David Gilson investigate the associative determinants of these trust ratings and find that economically open and politically free countries […]
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