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Piers Robinson
Peter Goddard
Katy Parry
Craig Murray
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Philip M. Taylor

USA, committed to high moral standards, while its foreign policy is actually riddled with self-interested economic and political objectives that lead it to conduct violent and illiberal policies. In keeping with their profound criticism of the status quo, critical scholars and commentators argue that news media should adopt a far more oppositional and questioning stance than they usually do. Not doing so leaves governments free to pursue violent and illiberal foreign policies (Herman and Chomsky, 1988), while supportive news media, as the critical British journalist

in Pockets of resistance