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How the World Sees the United States

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Join your host, managing editor William Kern, for a fast paced half our about how the world perceived the United States this week. On tap for Friday evening we have news reports from North Korea and China on the most unlikely pairing in the history of sports or diplomacy - North Korean despot Kim Jong-un and basketball bad-boy Dennis Rodman. An angry reaction from Iran about the film Argo, which is about the 1979 escape of American diplomats from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran.  German and British views of John Kerry's first visit to those countries as secretary of state; and British reaction to the trial of pfc. Bradley Manning, who pled guilty on Wednesday to passing classified information to WikiLeaks - which resulted in one if the largest leaks of classified material in history.

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