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International Reports, Issue 16
- A monthly publication that provides a review of international reports on terrorism.
The Islamic State (IS) media rhetoric production, be it audio-visual records, interviews, publications or otherwise expressed, has been meticulously examined and analyzed across the existing body of literature over the recent years. Although the scrutiny has covered all the ideological and technical aspects of IS media, the production method of contents is still shrouded in secrecy, and the formidable media apparatus across its organizational and administrative structure and day-to-day activity remains enigmatic. This report attempts to lay bare the logistics of the IS media production cycle and further explore its structural intricacies.