1. Introduction 2. Propaganda 'boundaries' and the extended apparatus 3. Formal propaganda (mis-)coordination 4. Domestic planners, initiative and propaganda 5. Anglo-American relations in the counter-terrorism propaganda war 6. Iraq War case study 7. Countering terror, denying dissent Index
Emma Briant is Lecturer in Journalism Studies at the University of Sheffield
'Simply put, this is the single best book I have ever encountered about propaganda and information operations, bar none. Dr. Briant shared with me that it took ten years to write the book, and it shows. Her attention to detail is mind-boggling at times.' Joel Harding, May 2016 'Propaganda and Counter-terrorism is an important read, if not always an easy one due to the sheer breadth of source material and depth of analysis contained within. This is valuable and makes the book a heavyweight in its field. Readers who persevere to the end will gain a host of new insights and intersections relating to the role of propaganda both now and in the future; essential understanding in the current climate.' Samantha North - Narratives for social and political change 15/01/17 -- .