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Introduction -- Guernica: icon of state terror -- Ways of seeing the napalmed girl: icons of agony and beauty -- Two Bangladeshi boys and public culture: iconic or absent -- "The Gulf War did not take place": smart-weapon icon -- Picturing Kosovo: virtual, new or old war? -- Did 9/11 "change everything"? icons out of a clear blue sky -- Shock doctrine in Iraq: the "Marlboro Marine" and "shock 'n awe" -- Abu Ghraib, regimes of looking and risk: icon, index and symbol -- Witnessing terrorism in New York and London: trauma icons -- Culture warriors: icons of the colonial, then and now -- Conclusion: walls and borders.