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Encyclopedia > The Peace War

The Peace War is a science fiction novel by Vernor Vinge about authoritarianism and technological progress. Its sequel is Marooned in Realtime.

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War and Peace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1708 words)
War and Peace (Russian: Война и мир, Vojna i mir; in original orthography: Война и миръ, Vojna i mir") is an epic novel by Leo Tolstoy, first published from 1865 to 1869 in Russki Vestnik, which tells the story of Russian society during the Napoleonic Era.
War and Peace (1968): Soviet director Sergei Bondarchuk made a critically acclaimed four-part film version (Vojna i mir) of the novel, released individually in 1965-1967, and as a re-edited whole in 1968, starring Lyudmila Savelyeva (as Natasha Rostova) and Vyacheslav Tikhonov (as Andrei Bolkonsky).
War and Peace (1972): The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) made a television miniseries based on the novel, broadcast between in 1972-73.
MediaChannel.org - ISSUE GUIDES | War And Peace (1652 words)
Peace journalism reports not merely the causes of conflict but also explores possible solutions; it undergirds covering conflict with the goal of ending wars.
Peace journalism, sometimes ridiculed yet seldom understood, is a distinctive approach to covering conflict, vastly different from the one pursued by most war correspondents and mainstream media outlets.
If the war in Kosovo demonstrates anything about the Net, it shows that it's a dreadful medium for covering a war." In "War Coverage Is Not The Net's Strength," Katz argues that it was the conventional, not the digital, media which reported the meaning of the war and had the greatest political impact.
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