I am interested in looking at media coverage and public perceptions outside the U.S. mass media. Here is a sampling of places to see other viewpoints, which we can compare to that shaped and presented by "official" U.S. channels and major mainstream press in U.S. I realize there is a lot of stuff to look at, so don't try to look at everything. Choose two or three items (the World Press Review covers media coverage world-wide, so even just looking at one region-Asia, Latin America, etc.-would be interesting).

WORLD PRESS REVIEW'S SURVEY OF PRESS COVERAGE OF WAR IN INTERNATIONAL MEDIA
http://www.worldpress.org/specials/wtc/front.htm

GALLUP POLL (INTERNATIONAL) OF PUBLIC OPINION RtgyE: AFGHANISTAN
International Popular Opinion Decidly Against War on Terrorism

PIECES FROM ALTERNATIVE US MEDIA RE: AFGHANISTAN

War Needs Good Public Relations, Media Beat, FAIR, October 25, 2001
By Norman Solomon
http://www.fair.org/media-beat/011025.html

MEDIA ADVISORY: Networks Accept Government "Guidance", FAIR, October 12, 2001 http://www.fair.org/press-releases/network-pressure.html

Interview with journalist Lamis Andoni about al-Jazeera , Z-Net, October 26, 2001 http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=11811

ARTICLES/INFORMATION FROM FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS RE: AFGHANISTAN

Bush Gets a Beating,The Australian November 3, 2001
By Roy Eccleston
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/printpage/0,5942,3176361,00.html

Alienable Rights, Al-Ahram No. 558, November 1-7, 2001
By Amira Howeiday
http://www.ahram.org.eg/weekly/2001/558/4war1.htm