International conflict and its consequences- which include death, violence, destruction and poverty- are probably the most dramatic events in the life of any nation or nation state. In a study conducted at the University of Kent at Canterbury, Jovan Byford analyzed the political discourse Margaret Thatcher and Slobodan Milosevic and examined the ways in which […]

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