International Perspectives On The Election

International Perspectives On The Election

U.S. presidential elections garner almost as much media coverage in foreign countries as they do here. We get perspectives from journalists around the world.

U.S. presidential elections garner almost as much media coverage in foreign countries as they do here. Most election watchers abroad acknowledge that whether the occupant of the White House is Republican or Democrat, differences in American foreign policy will be subtle. We get perspectives from journalists around the world.

Guests

Ashraf Khalil

journalist; and author of "Liberation Square: Inside the Egyptian Revolution and the Rebirth of a Nation" (St. Martin's Press)

David Trads

Washington Bureau Chief, Berlingske newspaper; and Radio Host, GLOBUS-USA, Radio24/7

Cindy Shiner

Editor, Allafrica.com

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Photo Gallery: Election 2012 International Newspaper Home Pages

From Doha, Qatar to Mexico City, newspapers around the world reported on the U.S. presidential election. Here's a variety of website home pages published the day after the election. All images were captured at 11 a.m. EST on Nov. 7, 2012.

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