Lovely review of “Remote Warfare”

I recently stumbled upon a lovely review of my co-edited collection, Remote Warfare: New Cultures of Violence in Security Dialogue. Here’s a spoiler:

This book is an excellent resource for researchers intent on forming a better understanding of the methodological challenges that are reflected in researching trauma in complex environments, such as the distant battlefield, and how contemporary modes of approaching this topic have shifted over time.

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