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Global Journalist: How the world sees the U.S. election

Presidential ballot showing the names of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and Donald Trump and Michael Pence
Ted Warren

Americans aren't the only ones awaiting the results of this year's U.S. presidential election with intense interest.

Missouri School of Journalism students in Professor Beverly Horvit's International Reporting class interviewed journalists from all over the world about who people in their countries like in the 2020 campaign and why.

The reporters know the U.S. well: They've all spent time here as Alfred Friendly or Hubert Humphrey fellows. 


  • Juan Luis Garcia Hernandez
  • Pierre Dupenor
  • Sebenzile Nkambule
  • Camille Elemia
  • Alexey Gorbachev
  • Noreen Shams
  • Ha Thi Thu Tran
  • Paul Udoto Nyongesa
  • Adetola Kayode
  • Radovan Bogojevic


  • Diana Manuhutu
  • Fernando Narro Roman
  • Isaac Robinson
  • Jack Kosowski
  • Isabella Paxton
KATHY KIELY is a veteran reporter and editor with a multimedia portfolio and a passion for transparency, free speech and teaching. After a long career covering politics in Washington, Kiely moved into the classroom full-time because, she says, universities are the laboratories that will discover the formula for making fact-based journalism viable again.
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