Author profile: Rhys Crilley

Rhys Crilley is a Research Associate at the Open University, UK. He is currently working on an AHRC funded project ‘Reframing Russia for the Global Mediasphere: From Cold War to “Information War”?’.  His research explores social media, visual politics, and narratives in global politics. He tweets at @rhyscrilley.

Did RT Influence the 2016 US Elections?

Did RT Influence the 2016 US Elections?

Rather than forcing RT to register as a foreign agent, efforts should be spent on making RT clarify any opaque business and editorial structures.

Review – The Politics of Exile

Review – The Politics of Exile

Dauphinée masterfully eschews the conventional ways of presenting research and through storytelling provides insights into the Bosnian war and its dire aftermath.

Review – Military Media Management

Review – Military Media Management

Maltby’s examination of military media operations successfully evaluates armed forces’ traditional media management techniques, but fails to consider social media.

Review – Future States

Review – Future States

Stephen Paul Haigh’s claims for the resilience of the modern state in a global system rendered neo-medieval in form by globalization are bold – yet supported by a solid engagement with extant literature.

Student Book Features: Critical Approaches to Security

Student Book Features: Critical Approaches to Security

These two edited collections provide detailed accounts of critical methodologies and methods, and are a welcome addition to a sub field that is seemingly no longer at the margins.

Review – Studies in Trans-Disciplinary Method

Review – Studies in Trans-Disciplinary Method

This challenging book highlights how Shapiro’s writing-as-method and the stories of aesthetic subjects can be used to explore issues at a deeper level than psychological approaches.

London 2012, Terrorism and the Militarization of the City

London 2012, Terrorism and the Militarization of the City

The ways in which security has been approached and implemented by the organisers of London 2012 reflects an ongoing militarization of cities which is worrying.

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