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Lena Saleh and Mira Sucharov

abstraction’. Here, we start with a particular issue or policy event and encourage students to identify into which category or categories that event falls. If they are writing an op-ed about the Oslo process, for example, they might identify that case as an

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Osvaldo Croci

The military intervention in Iraq by the United States (US), supported

militarily by Great Britain and politically by a “coalition of the willing,”

which included a large number of current and future European

Union (EU) members but not Germany and France, was undoubtedly

the major foreign policy event of the year. It generated much debate

on concepts such as immediate threat, pre-emptive war, unilateralism,

and multilateralism, as well as on the question of whether the

US, as the sole superpower, has the responsibility to act as a security

provider of last resort when multilateral organizations devoted to this

task become paralyzed. The intervention divided not only the permanent

members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) after

a decade of co-operation but also caused a split in the Atlantic alliance

and among EU members, probably one of the worst to have occurred

on a foreign policy issue in the history of both organizations. Finally,

it put an end—at least temporarily—to that bipartisan consensus in

Italian foreign policy, which had emerged at the end of the 1970s and

consolidated in the 1990s.

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Emily Anderson

compelling policy event referenced in the image or text. All posts included in the sample are captioned. UNICEF uses hashtags (for example, #Liberia) to placemake its agenda within each image and accompanying caption. Agenda Setting, Policy Framing, and

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Israel Goes to the Polls

The Road to Elections for the Constituent Assembly, 1948–1949

Meir Chazan

, “In the Elections Battle,” Hatzofeh , 7 January 1949; “In the Elections Battle,” Herut , 7 January 1949. 18 “No Central Issue in the Elections War,” Ha’aretz , 10 January 1949; “The Foreign Policy Events That Are Shaping the Election Campaign,” Ha