Mass Media and Foreign Policy: Post-Cold War Crises in the Caribbean
In providing context for understanding these crises, this examination reviews U.S. policy in each case and discovers a strong correlation between the level of U.S. involvement in the crisis and the amount of media attention generated. By appearing on the news or not, the president along with key Cabinet members were able to define whether an event constituted a crisis for the United States. In instances where the media received little guidance from Washington officials on the implications for the United States, the media did attempt to provide explanations of events, however, coverage tended to be minimal. Case studies include the recording and coding of language used as positive, negative, and neutral/ambiguous.
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The JamaatalMuslimeen Coup in Trinidad
The Military Coup in Haiti 1991
The Attempted Restoration of JeanBertrand Aristide
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