US Activist and Iraq War Veteran Vincent Emanuele Speaks Out. Propaganda techniques. Common media for transmitting propaganda messages include news reports, government reports, historical revision, junk science, books, leaflets, movies, radio, television, and posters.
Less common nowadays are letter post envelopes examples of which of survive from the time of the American Civil War. (Connecticut Historical Society; Civil War Collections; Covers.) In the case of radio and television, propaganda can exist on news, current-affairs or talk-show segments, as advertising or public-service announce "spots" or as long-running advertorials. Propaganda campaigns often follow a strategic transmission pattern to indoctrinate the target group. This may begin with a simple transmission such as a leaflet dropped from a plane or an advertisement.
A number of techniques based in social psychological research are used to generate propaganda. Information dissemination strategies only become propaganda strategies when coupled with propagandistic messages. Media's Use of Propaganda to Persuade People's Attitude, Beliefs and Behaviors. Media's Use of Propaganda to Persuade People's Attitude, Beliefs and Behaviors Johnnie Manzaria & Jonathon Bruck War & Peace: Media and War Attitudes, Belief's and Behaviors The previous picture and poem is a clear example of propaganda which is a form of persuasion used to influence people's attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.
John Pilger on Iraq and Terrorism. Ukrainian crisis. A prolonged crisis in Ukraine began on 21 November 2013, when then-president Viktor Yanukovych suspended preparations for the implementation of an association agreement with the European Union.
This decision resulted in mass protests by its opponents, known as the "Euromaidan". After months of such protests, Yanukovych was ousted by the protesters on 22 February 2014, when he fled the Ukrainian capital city of Kiev. Following his ousting, unrest enveloped the largely Russophone eastern and southern regions of Ukraine, from where he had drawn most of his support. An invasion by Russia in Ukrainian autonomous region of Crimea resulted in the annexation of Crimea by Russia on 18 March.
Subsequently, unrest in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine evolved into a war between the post-revolutionary Ukrainian government and pro-Russian insurgents. Euromaidan and revolution Post-revolution unrest Russian annexation of Crimea Libyan Civil War (2014–present) The Second Libyan Civil War is an ongoing conflict between four rival organizations seeking to control Libya: The belligerents are coalitions of armed groups that sometimes change sides. At the beginning of 2014, Libya was governed by the General National Congress (GNC) after the election of 2012.
Since then, Islamist parties had controlled the assembly, outmaneuvering the majority centrists and liberals, and electing Nouri Abusahmain as president of the GNC in June 2013. According to some, Abusahmain abused his powers to suppress debates and inquiries. In December 2013, the GNC voted to enforce a variant of sharia law and decided to extend its 18-month mandate for a year until the end of 2014. On 14 February 2014, in a coup attempt, General Khalifa Haftar, who served under the former regime of Muammar Gaddafi, called on the GNC to dissolve and for the formation of a caretaker government committee to oversee new elections. Gen. On Monday 19 May Col. States. Manifest destiny. In the 19th century, Manifest Destiny was the widely held belief in the United States that American settlers were destined to expand throughout the continent.
Historians have for the most part agreed that there are three basic themes to Manifest Destiny: Unilateralism. Unilateralism is any doctrine or agenda that supports one-sided action.
Such action may be in disregard for other parties, or as an expression of a commitment toward a direction which other parties may find agreeable. Unilateralism is a neologism which is already in common use; it was coined to be an antonym for multilateralism, which is the doctrine which asserts the benefits of participation from as many parties as possible. The two terms together can refer to differences in foreign policy approached to international problems. When agreement by multiple parties is absolutely required—for example, in the context of international trade policies—bilateral agreements (involving two participants at a time) are usually preferred by proponents of unilateralism. Unilateralism may be preferred in those instances when it's assumed to be the most efficient, i.e., in issues that can be solved without cooperation. Unilateralism by country United Kingdom United States
Yemeni Crisis (2011–present) The wave of protests known as the Arab Spring did not take long to arrive in Yemen after the Tunisian Revolution.
Yemen was a poor country with a government widely acknowledged to be corrupt, with a large amount of weapons in private hands. By 2011, the country was already facing challenges from al Qaeda-linked militants and separatists in the south and Zaydi Shia rebels in the north. Yemen had only been unified since 1990, and deep divisions persisted between the north and south. Yemen's political instability has been compounded and partly caused by the severe ecological crisis in the country. Yemen's political crisis began in 2011, amid the Arab Spring and the ongoing Houthi insurgency. The Gulf Co-operation Council applied no small amount of pressure on Saleh to negotiate an end to the uprising by stepping down. Weeks after returning from Saudi Arabia, Saleh finally agreed on 23 November to resign in exchange for immunity. . ^ Jump up to: a b c Hendawi, Hamza (12 October 2014). History of Iraq (2003–11)
It was a period of violence and political turmoil with strong foreign influence exerted on Iraqi politics.
In April 2003, a military occupation was established and run by the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), which later appointed and granted limited powers to an Iraq Interim Governing Council. In June 2004, a caretaker government was established – the Iraqi Interim Government. Yemeni Crisis (2011–present) List of proxy wars. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of proxy wars.
Pre-World War 1 proxy wars Inter-war period proxy wars Cold War proxy wars Second Cold War proxy wars References ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g "The Finnish Civil War". Serj Tankian - 17 seconds of territorial incursion into... Syria: Proxy war, not civil war. More than 4 years have passed since the Syrian people took to the streets demanding freedom, dignity, and social justice- simply their basic human rights.
Project for the New American Century. The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) was an American think tank based in Washington, D.C. established in 1997 as a non-profit educational organization founded by William Kristol and Robert Kagan. The PNAC's stated goal is "to promote American global leadership. America Created Al-Qaeda and the ISIS Terror Group. Originally published by GR in September 2014.
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