Corpus ID: 154080529

Media strategies and coverage of international conflicts : The 2003 Iraq War and Al-Jazeera

@inproceedings{Bessaiso2010MediaSA,
  title={Media strategies and coverage of international conflicts : The 2003 Iraq War and Al-Jazeera},
  author={Ehab Bessaiso},
  year={2010}
}
In 2003 the United States of America led an international coalition to topple Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq. The war on Iraq followed the war launched on Afghanistan in 2001, designed to topple the Taliban regime. In both conflicts a wide range of media strategies were implemented by the Coalition forces to sway domestic and international public opinion and to construct support for the US-led military campaigns. This research explores the media strategies implemented in the 2003 Iraq war and… Expand
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