I post regularly, about once a week, on international crises that relate to issues of war, conflict propaganda, media and journalism in the context of ongoing struggles between incumbent and aspirant imperial powers.
I am an emeritus professor of Bowling Green State University, Ohio and of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (California). I continue to teach at the California State University, Camarillo. My most recent books are Conflict Propaganda in Syria: Narrative Battles (to be published 2021 by Routledge); Media Imperialism: Continuity and Change (with Tanner Mirrlees, 2020, published by Rowman and Littlefield); RussiaGate and Propaganda: Disinformation in the Age of Social Media (Routledge, 2020); Western News Media and the Ukraine Crisis: A Study in Conflict Propaganda (Routledge, 2017), and Media Imperialism (Sage, 2015). My first book, The International News Agencies, was published in 1980 by Constable/Sage.
By mid-May 2021, you would have received postings on the following (in order of appearance) - and these will be available to you once you subscribe:
Limitations of the JCPOA;
Syrian Conflict Counter Narratives; Syrian Propaganda Battles - War, Media and Global Crises (1);
RussiaGate to UkraineGate, Route to Apocalypse;
Syrian Propaganda Battles - War, Media, and Global Crises (2)
Syrian Propaganda Battles - War, Media and Global Crises (3);
MH17 as Free-Floating Atrocity Propaganda (Part 1);
Syrian Propaganda Battles - Narrative Binaries 1&2; MH17 as Free-Floating Atrocity Propaganda (Part 2);
Syrian Propaganda Battles - Narrative Binaries 3-5;
Syrian Propaganda Battles - Narrative Binaries 6-7;
Ottoman’s Forever Empire and Its Mulitple Triggers for War;
Syrian Propaganda Battles - Narrative Binaries 8-11;
The Uyghur Question - Struggling to Monopolize the Narrative
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