Human terrain

November 2013
Columbia Journalism Review;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p29
An interview with journalist Vanessa Gezari is presented. The killing of anthropologist Paula Loyd, who was participating in the U.S. military cultural intelligence project Human Terrain System (HTS) is addressed. Gezari's book "The Tender Soldier" is noted. Aspects of Afghanistan's culture are addressed in relation to the U.S. military involvement during the Afghan War. Gezari discusses aspects of war journalism.


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