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Clinton, new terrorism and the origins of the War on Terror

The origins of the War on Terror and the myth of President George W. Bush's foreign policy revolution -- Framing the threat of new terrorism: the invention of U.S. terrorism discourse, and President Clinton's counterterrorism approach -- Conceptualisating terrorist attacks: metaphors, fram...

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Main Author: Tsui, Chin-Kuei
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London New York Routledge Taylor & Francis Group 2017
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Summary:The origins of the War on Terror and the myth of President George W. Bush's foreign policy revolution -- Framing the threat of new terrorism: the invention of U.S. terrorism discourse, and President Clinton's counterterrorism approach -- Conceptualisating terrorist attacks: metaphors, frames, and President Clinton's counterterrorism initiatives -- Framing the threat of rogue states: Iraq, Iran, and Clinton's dual-containment approach to Middle East peace -- Writing American national identity: narratives and the social construction of terrorism as a negative ideograph -- Rethinking the discursive construction of terrorism and counterterrorism: theoretical reflections and implications
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:ix, 177 pages 24 cm
ISBN:9781138841727