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Literature Andén-Papadopoulos, Kari (2005) Propagandakriget i backspegeln. En studie i påverkansförsök och svenska nyhetsmedier. KBM:s temaserie 2005:3. Stockholm: Swedish Emergency Management Agency. Beck, Ulrich, Giddens, Anthony & Lash, Scott (eds.) (1994) Reflexive Modernization. Stanford University Press. Bell, Martin (1996) In Harm’s Way. London: Penguin. Bennett, Lance & Paletz, David (eds.) Taken by Storm. The Media, Public Opinion, and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Gulf War. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Billig, Michael (1995) Banal

humanitarian issues as direct result of international and national armed conflict. By humanitarian reasons, they restrict the right of parties involved in an armed conflict to use means and methods of war and intends to protect persons and goods into the conflict”. 2. See Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), 8 June 1977, https://www.icrc.org/ihl/INTRO/470, (accessed March 3, 2015). 3. International Justice Court Statute, Art. 38 line1 let. c. “The Court has

References Borchard, E. M. 1933. “War” and “Peace”. American Journal of International Law, 27, 4. Briggs, H. W. 1952. The Law of Nations: Cases, Documents, and Notes, New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. Brownlie, I. 1963. International Law and the Use of Force by States, Oxford, Clarendon Press. Detter, I. 2014. The Law of War, London, Routledge. Dinstein, Y. 2012. War, Aggression and Self-Defence, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Dörr, O. & Randelzhofer, A. 2012. ‘Article 2 (4)’ in B. Simma (ed), The Charter of the United Nations: A

References [1] CLAUSEWITZ, von Carl, Despre război, Editura Militară, Bucureşti, 1982, p. 67; [2] MUREŞAN Mircea, VĂDUVA Gheorghe, Războiul viitorului, viitorul războiului – Ed. a 2-a – Bucureşti: Editura Universităţii Naţionale de Apărare „Carol I”, 2006, p.66; [3] ***, Doctrină şi teorie militară, Editura Militară, Bucureşti, 1987, p. 306; [4] William S. Lind, Keith Nightengale, John F. Schmidt, Joseph Sutton, and Gary I. Wilson The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation. Marine Corps Gazette (October 1989); [5] HAMMES, Thomas X., 4th

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Ustad (2004) Coding of Selected Articles Coverage of the War against Terror in Norwegian Media Available at http://home.hio.no/~rune/. Fossum, Egil & Meyer, Sidsel (2003) Er nå det så sikkert? Journalistikk og kildekritikk. Oslo: Cappelen Akademiske forlag. Garbo, Gunnar (2002) Også krig er terror. Oslo: Eget forlag. Herman, Edward & Chomsky, Noam (1988) Manufacturing Consent. The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books. Jowett, Garth S. & Victoria O’Donnell (1992) Propaganda and Persuasion. London: Sage Publications. Lewis, Justin et al. (2003

Introduction The period from 1945 until 1991 was decisive for the development of international mass communications – the rise of television being the most important example. These years were also marked by the Cold War between the East and West – the conflict between two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union. If we wish to understand the development of the mass media during this period, we also need to investigate the relations between the media and the Cold War. It seems obvious that the Cold War influenced media content for decades. However

of Britain’s Gulag in Kenya . New York, NY: Henry Holt. Evans RJ (2007) Immoral Rearmament, review of The Wages of Destruction: The Making and Breaking of the Nazi Economy by Adam Tooze. The New York Review 76-78. Evans RJ (2003) The Coming of the Third Reich . New York, NY: Penguin. Fanon F (1990) Wretched of the Earth . New York, NY: Penguin. Gertjejanssen WJ (2004) Victims, Heroes, Survivors: Sexual Violence on the Eastern Front During World War II . PhD Thesis, University of Minnesota. Gilbert SM and Gubar S (1984) The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman

BIBLIOGRAPHY Ajikata, Shunsuke 味方俊介. 2008. Kazafusutan ni okeru nihonjin yokuryūsha カザフスタンにおける日本人抑留者 [Japanese Prisoners of War in Kazakhstan]. Tōkyō 東京: Tōyōshoten 東洋 書店. Antonovsky, Aaron. 1997. Salutogenesis: Demystifying the Health . Tübingen: Dgvt-Verlagsgesellschaft. Barshay, Andrew E. 2013. The Gods Left First: The Captivity and Repatriation of Japanese POWs in North Asia, 1945 – 1956. Berkeley and California: University of California Press. Bengel, Jürgen, Regine Strittmatter, and Hildegard Willmann. 2001. What Keeps People Healthy? Antonovsky

diplomatic pressure. Rather, there were strong sympathies for the East Germans among the Finnish public, political elite, and media ( Hentilä, 2004 , 2006 ; Rusi, 2007 , 2012 ). While earlier research on the relations between Finland and the GDR has concentrated on political parties and organisations, top politicians, and the field of state diplomacy ( Hentilä, 2004 , 2006 ; Rusi, 2007 , 2012 ), the perspectives of the public and the media have remained unexplored. Thus, this article opens a new perspective on Finland’s Cold War history by examining the role of the