In November 2004, the American presidential election will be held against an international background dominated by the situation in Iraq, where the Americanled coalition is floundering. Virtually everywhere in the world, the majority of public opinion is against the re-election of the cunent President, George W. Bush. The main complaint is about his administration's "messianic" attitude in attempting to impose its vision of the world and of international relations, which was revealed in the Greater Middle East Initiative announced by the United States at the G8 meeting last June and which is presented as the spearhead of American ambitions for the region.
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