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From the Publisher"No book is more timely than this collection, which analyses brilliantly the Western media's relentless absorption into the designs of dominant, rapacious power"
- John Pilger
"A most timely book, with many valuable insights"
- Martin Bell O.B.E
"It has long been known that the outcome of war is deeply influenced by the battle to win 'hearts and minds'. This book provides a stimulating set of perspectives which combine the analyses of prominent academics with the experiences of leading journalists"
- Professor Tom Woodhouse, University of Bradford
"This volume represents an all-star cast of authors who have a tremendous amount of knowledge about media and world conflict. One of its strengths is that it doesn't focus entirely narrowly on media, but puts the discussion of media issues in the context of changes in the world order in military doctrine"
- Professor Daniel C. Hallin, University of California
"This book comes just in time. A coherent and wide-ranging collection of data, analyses and insights that help our understanding of the complex interaction between communication and conflict. A major intellectual contribution to critical thinking about the early 21st century"
- Cees J. Hamelink, Professor International Communication, University of Amsterdam