How the Rest of the World Views America's Election

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Although they may not be voting in it, people outside America are keeping a close eye on who becomes our next president. In this hour, we talk with foreign journalists about how the election is being perceived outside the U.S. and what impact our next president might have on foreign policy, human rights, trade and other policies of particular interest to the international community.


Roula Khalaf , deputy editor, Financial Times

Rodrigo Cervantes, Mexico City bureau chief, KJZZ

David Rennie, Washington bureau chief and Lexington columnist, The Economist