Unpacking Discursive Constructions of Wartime Rape and Sexual Violence in Syria

The ‘rape-as-a-weapon’ of war narrative has been particularly influential in the securitization of sexual violence. Drawing upon ideas about the fetishization of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence , Stacy Banwell unpacks the language used within this security paradigm.

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