Rethinking Global Security: Media, Popular Culture, and the "War on Terror"

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INDEX
absolutist thinking, 87
Abu Ghraib, 185,189,192; detention facility, 10, 184; photographs, 10–11, 160, 179–180, 183–184, 186–188; prisoners, 10, 159, 191
advertising, 163
Affleck, Ben, 31, 33
Afghanistan, 10, 38, 86, 94, 112, 124, 180; and gender society, 184; war in, 95, 129, 148 Agency, The (television series), 153
AIDS, 5
Air America Radio, 163
Al Arabiya, 170
Albright, Madeleine, 135
Alhurra, 169–170
Al Jazeera, 109, 166
Al-Khullani Mosque, 197
Allison, Graham, 13
al-Marashi, Ibrahim, 146
al-Medhi Army, 196–197
Al-Musayyib, 143–144
al Qaeda, 30, 89, 93–94
Ambrose, Stephen, 118
American Forces Radio, 161
American internationalism, 180, 182,190
antinuclear activism, 20
Antiterrorism Tools Enhancement Act, 51
AP. See Associated Press
Apocalypse Now (film), 108,110
Arab-Israeli War, 33
Arab nationalism, 79
Armageddon (film), 21, 154
Ashcroft, John, 50, 85
Ashoura, 197, 199
Associated Press (AP), 192
A-Team (television series), 108
Bad Company (film), 30
Baghdad, 122, 124, 127
Band of Brothers (Ambrose, also television series), 108, 118
barbarism, 74–76
Bates, Alan, 33
Battle of Algiers, The (film), 208, 215–218
Beatles, The (music group), 157
Beck, Glenn, 162
Benjamin, Walter, 4, 72–76, 80, 81, 129
Berg, Nick, 160, 166
Berger, John, 123
Berlin Wall, 53
Bethlehem, 54–55
Big Trouble (film), 30
bin Laden, Osama, 13, 89, 93, 129–130,153
biological warfare, 105,113
Black Hawk Down (film), 118,121, 155
Black Sunday (film), 30–31
Blair, Tony, 114
blitzkrieg, 25
Bloom, Allan, 26
Bolton, John, 99–100
Bonner, Robert, 32
Born on the Fourth of July (film), 110
Bosnia, 148
Bouju, Jean-Marc, 200, 202
bourgeoisie, 68, 70, 78; ideology of progress, 68
Brodie, Bernard, 24–25
Brokaw, Tom, 108,119, 123
Broken Arrow (film), 30
Bruckheimer, Jerry, 154
Buckley, William F., 20
budget deficits, 91
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (television series), 6. 104–105, 113–115
burqa, 193, 195
Bush, George H., 30; and the war on terror, 27; and USA PATRIOT Act, 47
Bush, George W., 22, 25, 38, 59, 119, 151, 158; administration, 15, 22, 88, 89, 112, 152, 190; Citadel speech (1999), 4; and failed states, 95; policies, 5, 9; and satellite images, 145; State of the Union Address (2003), 2, 38, 86; and the war on terror, 87, 91, 97, 168
Bush, Laura, 182
Cameron, James, 30
Campbell, Kurt, 99
Canada, 31
capitalism, 80
Caputo, Philip, 111
cartography, 7
Center for Strategic and International Studies, 6
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 31, 33, 153
Challenger explosion, 127
Cheney, Richard (Dick), 26, 85, 109,155,159
China Beach (television series), 108

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