In a survey of the 100 largest newspapers in the US, not a single editorial board opposed the recent airstrikes on Syria. Of the top ten papers, seven openly supported the strikes.
Increased results are found when groups escalate the occurrence and methods during their nonviolent protests.
Peace journalism must adapt coverage to the stages of conflict in order to be relevant, and can have long-term effects through consistent peace framing.
In Iraq, areas with cell phone coverage are less violent because of the ease of pro-government informants to provide information on insurgents.