Finding caricature and satire at the heart of controversy is nothing new, as they have been accompanied by suspicion, criticism and outright rejection since time immemorial.
Article by Gisela Vetter-Liebenow, director, Wilhelm Busch Museum of Caricature and Graphic Arts
There is a bitter irony to be found in the spread of terrorist imagery. In order for politically motivated acts of violence to have the desired effect, maximum exposure is needed. In other words, mainstream media exposure.
Article by Christian Christensen, Professor of Journalism in the Department of Media Studies at Stockholm University.
In September 2015, the US State Department announced a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the disruption of any trade in antiquities (and/or oil) that is benefiting ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Will such a reward be money well spent?
Article by Neil Brodie, Senior Research Fellow in the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research at the University of Glasgow.