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New War Journalism

Trends and Challenges

Stig A. Nohrstedt

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

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Carmen Rotărescu

regulating the 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,, (accessed March 3, 2015). 3. International Justice Court

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René Värk

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

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Rune Ottosen

konflikter etter 11. September. Oslo: Cappelen forlag. Figenschou, Tine Ustad (2004) Coding of Selected Articles Coverage of the War against Terror in Norwegian Media Available at 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

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David T. Lohrey

: University of Minnesota Press. Elkins C (2005) Imperial Reckoning: The Untold Story 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

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Elżbieta Sawa-Czajka

References Kraj K., Wojny asymetryczne czy Msmejiceeouua Jewgienija Messnera zagrożeniem dla XXI wieku (the materials owned by the author). [Asymetric wars and mutinous war of J. Messner as the danger in the 21st century]. Madej M., Zagrożenia asymetryczne bezpieczeństwa państw obszaru transatlantyckiego, Warszawa 2007. [Asymetric dangers of safety for Transatlantic countries]. Jewgienij Messner, Worldwide Mutinous World War, Moskwa 2004]. Jewgienij Messner, If you want peace, you must win Mutinous War]. Sawa-Czajka E., Polska a nowa

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Adrian Radu

References Berkoff, Stephen. 1987. Sink the Belgrano, London: Faber and Faber. Curteis, Ian. 2002. The Falklands Play. (<, [Accessed September 2013]). Gardner, Lyn. ‘Battle Fatigues’. In The Guardian, 13 April 1995. Green, Melissa. ‘The Falklands War Plays and Their Effect on Modern British Drama’. In Stephen Berkoff’s Falklands War (<>, [Accessed April 2010]). Tumbledown

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Ilmari Käihkö

Introduction: why does the West not win? In his 1995 essay, A. J. Bacevich wrote about the “persistent limitations of professional orthodoxy” within the US armed forces, which provided enemies with vulnerabilities ripe to be exploited (1995: 60). This was a problem that Hew Strachan returned to when he argued that the end of the Cold War made the past decades’ strategic vocabulary obsolete (2013: 41). Arguably, the polarization between the two superpowers and the mutual possession of nuclear weapons meant that war had lost its rationality: no justification