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Polonophobia

Since the fall of the Soviet Empire, no former Soviet captive nation has fared as badly as Poland in the American press.

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    The Media War Against the Serbs

    In the Yugoslav conflict, misinformation has exceeded anything ever witnessed during World War II. Television coverage of the war has appealed to emotions and weakened our faculties for critical analysis, leaving them vulnerable to manipulation...

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    Demon States

    Sometime in the early 1980's, terrorism ceased to be seen as a tactic and became a movement. Originally, the term referred to acts committed by a government against its own people, on the precedent of the French revolutionary Terror in the 1790's.

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