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?
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?
The deaths of Ziad Abu Ein and Eric Garner are connected by the choke hold of oppression.
Some thoughts on the question of violence and what the moves in GTA may mean for future depictions of war within military shooters
A sneak preview of work regarding the feedback loop between military research and sci-fi.
On 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall was opened. Twenty-five years later, the city has temporarily been divided again, not by concrete and steel but by an art installation of 8,000 luminous balloons.
A compelling exploration of the use of film production as a teaching tool in International Relations.
On October 14, the Serbian national soccer team hosted Albania in a Euro 2016 qualifying match. Already significant in light of the ethnic and political tensions long-present between the two nations, the contest became more intriguing just…