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http://statesofemergency.org; includes bibliographical references http://statesofemergency.org This thesis investigates the connections between the United Statesʼ and Israel’s military and police apparatuses since September 11th, 2001. The research exposes overlapping drone technologies, military corporations, police trainings, and logics of state surveillance. Throughout, I outline the critical role of media and political rhetoric in framing U.S. and Israeli military powers. This platform of long-form journalism challenges the traditional medium and distribution of academic writing, seeking a more interactive process of engaging with political philosophy, research and analysis. It embodies a distinct media narrative in the form of a digital media text. Poetry, audio mixes and visual graphics fasten the following arguments with creative modes of testimony, while the urgency of militarized occupations unite the following components as networks of anti-colonial struggle.
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