Political Discourse after 9/11

  • Cristina Archetti
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Series in International Political Communication book series (PIPC)


This chapter presents the results of the process-tracing analysis of political statements in the aftermath of 9/11. It compares the different ways in which governmental actors, presidents, prime ministers, defense and foreign ministers framed both the events of September 11 and the war in Afghanistan in the United States, Italy, France, and Pakistan between September 11 and November 14 (the fall of Kabul) 2001.


Political Actor National Identity National Interest Political Culture Political Statement 
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