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An examination of how most writing about the media and war fails to adequately capture the nature of warfare or place the media within a wider social, economic, and political setting, this book seeks to radically change the view of the Gulf War of 1991 by arguing, controversially, that there was no war at all. It explores the state systems operating in the United Kingdom and United States at the time of the war, the types of warfare these countries conduct, and the roles the press plays in relation to these countries and societies and how the press represents the wars they engage in.
Richard Keeble is a senior lecturer and the director of the journalism and social science program at London's City University. He is the former editor of The Teacher.