Clashing Worlds and Images: Media and Politics in the United States and Germany

August 31, 2004 Print

Over the last two years the German-American relationship has been rocked by some of the most tumultuous and emotional conflicts in over five decades—the 2002 German elections and Schröder’s public rejection of American policies in Iraq; harsh recriminations surrounding the failed second UN resolution in early 2003; tensions over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and future of the broader Middle East; and, above all, the war in Iraq and continuing postwar instability. These conflicts have been played out in intense public debates at home and across the Atlantic and amidst a political and moral tug of war in the media…

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