In ‘How did Israel go from Pariah to become God’s Chosen Nation in the Balkans?’, Olsi Jazexhi focuses on the turnaround of Israel’s fortunes and position in the Balkans, specifically in Albania and Kosovo.
In ‘Liberating Lebanon and Decolonising the Discourse that Occupies It’, Denijal Jegić argues that the Israel relies upon the recycling and reproduction of stereotypes, which serve to render invisible the military incursions perpetrated against Lebanon.
In ‘Terrorism Got COVID: Or, The Constant- Threat News-Culture We Live In’, Ian Almond argues that the Coronavirus crisis has exposed the news media as complicit in promoting an exaggerated image of the dangers society faces from ‘terrorism’.
In ‘Why We Need to Get Beyond Regimes of Anti-terrorism, and Fast’, Massoud Shadjareh overviews 20 years of laws and policies in the UK, and argues that in challenging each incoming piece of legislation or new policy, we have lost sight of the shift in social and political mores.
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