RMF@fum i estalzí makes the interesting suggestion, re Pew, that anti-Americanism is stronger in Spain than in prominent Muslim nations, which, we are told, have every reason for hating Americans. Maybe religion isn’t such an important determinant of attitudes after all.
Antoni’s going to look at anti-Catalanism, which should be worth a read. The Wikipedia anti-Americanism entry is good, with quotes from
- But what will be the everlasting fruits of the Second Crimean War?
CWI featured more or less the same adversaries and dealt with the same geopolitics, although this time the trigger is the
- (The) United States (of whatever)
Re a post by Amando de Miguel in his interesting, if fairly Pleistocene, language column for Libertad Digital, I’ve compiled a
- Spain, la gran puta
There are various explanations of Spanish anti-Americanism. The post-colonial hypothesis is popular: Spain is bitter about its loss of empire, its
- Americans more popular than Moroccans in Spain
What with wars and everything, this is a turn-up for the books. The November poll (Word) of the national stats institute,