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Mel Bunce

communications in the future. But we know that, in our new information ecology, trust is more vital than ever before. We must support media institutions and citizens as they seek out trustworthy sources. Bibliography Allcott , H. and Gentzkow , M. ( 2017 ), ‘ Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election ’, Journal of Economic Perspectives , 31 : 2 , 211 – 36 . Aly , H. ( 2017 ), ‘ Media Perspectives: A Means to an End? Creating a Market for Humanitarian News from Africa

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
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Brad Evans

of selfhood and right to participate in this world. Moreover, violence is absolutely integral to the markings of subjectivity, setting apart claims about identity, along with notions of civility and barbarism. Violence is always mediated through expressed dichotomies between acceptable and unacceptable behaviours, between the right to punish and the intolerable transgression, between the force of normative law and the terror of the minority. In fact, there is an entire political ecology at work in the very diagnosis of something as political violence in itself

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Positioning, Politics and Pertinence
Natalie Roberts

5 October 2021 ). Redfield , P. ( 2015 ), ‘ Medical Vulnerability, or Where There is No Kit ’, Limn , Issue 5: Ebola’s Ecologies, https://limn.it/articles/medical-vulnerability-or-where-there-is-no-kit/ (accessed 5 October 2021

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Governing Precarity through Adaptive Design
Mark Duffield

: Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) ). Holling , C. S. ( 1973 ), ‘ Resilience and Stability of Ecological Systems ’, Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics , 4 , 1 – 23 . Hosein , G. and Nyst , C . ( 2013 ), Aiding Surveillance: An Exploration of How Development and Humanitarian Aid Initiatives are Enabling Surveillance in Developing Countries ( London : Privacy International ). HPG ( 2018 ), A Design Experiment: Imagining Alternative Humanitarian Action

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On Skynet, self-healing swarms and Slaughterbots
Jutta Weber

, Policy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016), 75–102 . 27 J. Arquilla and D. F. Ronfeldt, Swarming and the Future of Conflict (Santa Monica: RAND National Defense Research Institute, 2000) ; J. Kosek, ‘Ecologies of the empire: On the new uses of the honeybee’, Cultural Anthropology , 25:4 (2010): 650–678 ; R. O. Work and S. Brimley, ‘20YY: Preparing for war in the robotic age’ , Center for a New American Security , 2014, www.cnas.org/publications/reports/20yy-preparing-for-war-in-the-robotic-age (accessed 28 December, 2019); P. Scharre, ‘Robotics

in Drone imaginaries
Kseniya Oksamytna and John Karlsrud

receives appropriate pre-deployment training. Civilian specialists, who are recruited by the Secretariat internationally and locally, are in charge of a variety of political, peacebuilding, and support tasks. External actors also take an active part in debates on UN peacekeeping. NGOs stepped up advocacy aimed at the Security Council or specific missions during the humanitarian crises of the early and mid-1990s (Labonte 2013 ; Oksamytna 2017 ). Karlsrud ( 2016 ) has suggested the term ‘linked ecologies’ to describe informal policy alliances between

in United Nations peace operations and International Relations theory
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Marion Laurence and Emily Paddon Rhoads

external factors interact with internal ones. For example, Karlsrud ( 2016 : 2) uses the concept of ‘linked ecologies’ to explain how actors moving between posts with the UN, think tanks, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), academia, and member states can form ‘policy alliances’ and drive normative change in peace operations. More recently, Andersen has looked at normative disagreements between member states and the UN's peace bureaucracy, linking them to wider changes in the ‘global political Zeitgeist ’ (Andersen 2018 : 9). She finds that international civil

in United Nations peace operations and International Relations theory
Thomas Stubblefield

, ‘Ecologies of war: Dispatch from the aerial empire’, in Tom Cohen (ed.), Telemorphosis: Theory in the Era of Climate Change , Vol. 1 (Ann Arbor, MI: Open Humanities Press, 2012) , https://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/ohp/10539563.0001.001/1:13/-telemorphosis-theory-in-the-era-of-climate-change-vol-1?rgn=div1;view=fulltext (accessed 16 February, 2021). 23 M. Delmont, ‘Drone encounters: Noor Behram, Omer Fast, and visual critiques of drone warfare’, American Quarterly , 65:1 (March 2013): 193–202 . 24 G. Chamayou, Theory of the Drone (New York: The New Press, 2015

in Drone imaginaries
Offline and online games, branding and humanitarianism at the Roskilde Festival
Lene Bull Christiansen and Mette Fog Olwig

), Political Ecology of Tourism. Community, Power and the Environment ( New York : Routledge , 2016 ), pp. 108 – 28 . 13 Hildebrandt and Stadil, Company Karma . 14 See his website ( www.christianstadil.com . Accessed 6 March

in Global humanitarianism and media culture
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Ingvild Bode

of civilians: Cheap talk or norm implementation ’, Journal of Peace Research , 50 : 1 , 59–73 . Karlsrud , John ( 2016 ), Norm Change in International Relations: Linked Ecologies in UN Peacekeeping Operations ( Abingdon : Routledge ). Klotz , Audie ( 1995 ), Norms in International Relations: The Struggle against Apartheid ( Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press

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