War Games: The Story of Aid and War in Modern Times
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War Games - The Story of Aid and War in Modern Times
By Linda Polman
Ranging from Rwanda to Afghanistan, and from Sudan to Iraq, this title shows how the humanitarian aid industry, the media and warmongers the world over, are locked in a cycle of mutual support. It introduces us to the key players in this twisted game, and to the aid-workers and the warlords themselves.
Publisher Penguin Books LTD
Dimensions, Weight 300g, Width 153mm, eight 234mm
Place of Publication London
Genre Current Affairs & Issues
Author Biography Linda Polman is the author of We Did Nothing: Why the Truth Doesn't Always Come Out When the UN Goes In, which was shortlisted for the Lettre Ulysses and the Index on Censorship awards. She studied at the School of Journalism in Utrecht and for the past twenty years has been a freelance journalist for international radio, TV and newspapers; she is a contributor to The Times and the Guardian.
Country of Publication United Kingdom
Subject Politics & Government
Date of Publication 19/04/2010
Out-Of-Print Date 18/03/2011