Marja Vuorinen, PhD, is a political historian who works as a Researcher at the Department of Political and Economic Studies at the University of Helsinki. Her current research focuses on the interplay of in-group identities vis-à-vis images of the enemy in political propaganda, and on the complex role of aggressive rhetoric in begetting and/or restraining political violence.Noora Kotilainen is a Visiting Researcher at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs and a PhD candidate in Political History at the University of Helsinki. She is completing her dissertation on the visual politics of humanitarianism and the historical evolution of Western humanitarian imagery. Her research interests include strategic communication and the visual culture of wars and crisis.Aki-Mauri Huhtinen, Colonel, PhD, is a Professor at the Finnish National Defence University, at the Department of Leadership and Military Pedagogy. Professor Huhtinen specialises in information warfare, strategic leadership, phenomenology, gender issues and the new forms of modern warfare. One of his main research areas is information security and information security management.