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Kosovo and the outlines of Europe’s new order
Sergei Medvedev and Peter van Ham

Kosovo war, which amounted to nothing more than a video-sequence, a computer game, a PR campaign, or at the very least a military parade, to be consumed by a (mainly) Western audience. On the other hand, the ‘new’ discourse of European security that reveals itself through numerous media representations is in fact a traditional discourse of power akin to the Christian white man’s discourse that has guided Western colonisation for the last 500

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
A social representation of scientific expertise
Warren Pearce and Brigitte Nerlich

–253. Jaspal, R., and Nerlich, B. (2014). When climate science became climate politics: British media representations of climate change in 1988. Public Understanding of Science, 23(2), 122–141. Jaspal, R., Nerlich, B., and Cinnirella, M. (2014). Human responses to climate change: Social representation, identity and socio-psychological action. Environmental Communication, 8(1), 110–130. An Inconvenient Truth 227 Jaspal, R., Nerlich, B., and Koteyko, N. (2013). Contesting science by appealing to its norms: Readers discuss climate science in the Daily Mail. Science

in Science and the politics of openness
Heikki Patomäki

to detach media representations from external reality and create instead a system of self-referential commodified signs. Yet, the media are powerful in structuring political actions. Among politicians and analysts alike, there is a sense of the increased importance of real-time television in particular. Also, in Boutros-Ghali’s story, the media appear constantly to have been setting the stage for

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
Elana Wilson Rowe

red and blue that could bring Chinese goods to European and North American markets in the rapidly warming Arctic. These broader representations of the Arctic are well analysed in the literature, with key sources of empirics coming from photography, film, mapping, and broad policy narratives and media representations (Powell and Dodds, 2014; Steinberg et al, 2015). While the broad strokes of how the region can be framed and is represented have been well examined, we still need to know more about how these frames are brought to bear on the political practice of

in Arctic governance