As a world leader of industry and influence, the United States has a variable reputation among other countries around the globe. The Onion breaks down how other nations view the U.S.:


Great Britain

Flabbergasted that Americans would allow such an important vote to be hijacked by nation’s most blowhard ultraconservatives


Australia

Doesn’t get to talk to the U.S. as often as it used to, but always really enjoys the chance to catch up


Palestine

Cannot believe some of the places the U.S. is willing to recognize as a state


China

Grateful for the unprecedented employment opportunities only America’s insatiable appetite for tube socks could have provided them


Seychelles

With their beautiful tropical beaches and ideal climate, the people of the Seychelles spend as little time thinking about the U.S. as we do about them


Sudan

Continues to be appalled by citizens who turn the shower on and then walk away for five minutes while it warms up


South Korea

Delighted to produce our inscrutable cartoons