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Language games in the Kosovo war

been part of Western culture since the ancient accounts of the marginally believable (paradoxography). Explorers like Marco Polo and Columbus, like today’s legions of tourists, have helped to incorporate the wonders of our world into the dichotomy of the local and the foreign, and, later, into the domestic– international nexus. The realm of the ‘outside’ has been inhabited by fascinating and often

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
Israeli security experience as an international brand

the discourse on the war on terror by the Bush administration). Thus, ‘[a]‌ “culture of fear” has taken root in Western cultures, promoted by state institutions and exacerbated by those working within the media and security industries’ (Mythen and Walklate 2006 : 126). (In)security, in the words of Mark Neocleous ( 2007 ), becomes a fetish, a commodity which we cannot get enough of. Here I explore the

in Security/ Mobility