Prof. Delbert lifts the lid off the net and reveals the ways states and non-state actors conduct surveillance and control flows of information.
Peter Mantello takes us on a journey through an effort to lure Army recruits with a giant military arcade.
Exploring the maturing of military video games?
These musical selections provide lyrical hints toward the answers to questions the US military thinks we should not be asking….
Post-conflict photographers have sought to interpret past violence, reconstructing and recording memories, crafting new visual narratives and proximities of remembrance that shape our understanding of what, perhaps, happened.
A tale of two terrors: Who decides what violence is news?
IR Professor Cynthia Weber talks about her film work and lets TVM screen a few of her “Occupy” shorts.
In a fund-raising video, Israeli human rights group B’Tselem juggle documenting occupation with financial need.
A celebration of artistic freedom or another successful Hollywood collaboration with the national security state?